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Oncologist Aaron D. Viny, MD, shares how he’s been treating cancer patients during COVID-19 via Twitter
Circumspection about images of beautiful, tanned people on social media might discourage tanning.
After battling several health problems over the years, Turner wants fans to know she feels she has been given second chance at life.
Users can receive checkup reminders for cholesterol tests and mammograms, among other benefits.
The social media platform will use pop-ups to educate users about vaccines with info from credible health agencies.
The host of the iconic game show revealed his cancer diagnosis in March.
The 39-year-old mother was well known online for her posts detailing her diagnosis and fight for treatment.
When I manage to capture the experience shared by so many others, I am reminded of my strengths and the privilege I have to raise my voice.
A doctor told the new mom she just needed to lose weight to feel better. Turns out, she had cancer.
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Marianne Williamson harnesses love to fight dark psychic forces—including racism, cancer and HIV.
Human psychology and social media may be to blame for the spread of negative attitudes toward vaccines.
The Jeopardy! host says some of his tumors have shrunk by 50%.
A recent report in The Atlantic reveals why some lie about having the disease and what users can do about it.
Social media connects people with cancer. But it can also be factually unreliable and unsupportive.
A new breed of patient advocate is reshaping the future of cancer research.
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