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Information for patients and caregivers on how to manage adverse events from immune checkpoint inhibitors
A while back, I came across a study that talks about PSA coming back after surgery and whether it’s wise to treat or watch.
Head into the hot season with cool, nourishing, soothing products—and a good book.
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Women who have undergone standard radiation therapy have reported pain, diarrhea and fecal incontinence.
People experiencing stress and fear from COVID-19 can learn a lot from the wisdom gained through battling cancer, writes one columnist.
From chronic pain to neuropathy to thin and wonky hair to burns, I continue to feel like an actress playing the greatest role of my life.
A month after receiving the treatment, there were higher levels of CAR T cells in the blood of patients who got the new therapy.
Discussing details about symptoms can help come up with targeted suggestions.
A new five-year study identifies how different treatment options affect long-term bowel, bladder and sexual function.
Until I can learn to at least like this body a little more, I can’t put myself out there, even if just for fun.
If I am still in remission after two years, reportedly my bleak prognosis improves somewhat, giving me more time.
Tecentriq plus Avastin improved both overall survival and patient-reported outcomes.
The part I struggle with the most is the longing to share my childhood and college memories, values and wisdom with a child.
The responses of support and encouragement have been overwhelming and humbling by friends inside and outside the cancerland.
Emily Garnett, 34, is a mom, wife and lawyer turned writer and podcast host living with metastatic breast cancer in the New York City area.
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