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UCSF study sheds light on the reasons behind sex differences in cancer-associated myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.
After radiation and hormone therapy for prostate cancer, Daniel Zeller talks with his doctor about PSA numbers and side effects.
A Q&A with Fred Hutch physician-scientist Gary Lyman on his Nature review of acute chemotherapy-associated adverse events.
Breast cancer survivor Warrior Megsie muses about how cancer can change your hair—and how fat shaming can make you feel.
On a hiking trail after completing salvage radiation therapy for prostate cancer, Daniel Zeller experienced frustration then acceptance.
Nearly 75% of people with advanced cancer experience breathing problems. Are steroids the best treatment? A new study raises concerns.
Expert panel recommends complementary approaches including acupuncture, yoga and massage, but more research is needed.
After salvage radiation therapy for his prostate cancer, Daniel Zeller visits the urologist.
After salvage radiation therapy for prostate cancer, Daniel Zeller gets the results of his prostate-specific antigen test.
Daniel Zeller shares some concerns after he completed SRT for his prostate cancer.
Gopal K. Bajaj, MD, is a radiation oncologist at Inova Schar Cancer Institute in Fairfax, Virginia.
As Daniel Zeller finishes up radiation therapy for his prostate cancer, he has learned a thing or two about full bladders and fatigue.
A new tool helps oncologists predict which meds might lead to dangerous interactions and adverse effects in their older cancer patients.
It’s funny how fatigue can come on so suddenly, notes blogger Daniel Zeller of side effects from his prostate cancer treatment.
Cancer drugs called immune checkpoint inhibitors can cause itching and painful skin rashes. But what triggers these side effects?
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