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Help others during their cancer diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
Adam Hayden has lived with brain cancer for several years. How can we serve long-term survivors, he asks, and not just the newly diagnosed?
A discussion with Tinka Duran, MPH, the senior director of the Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center.
A Lung Cancer Diary with Hank Baskett, 79, who was diagnosed with Stage IV ALK+ non-small-cell lung cancer in 2011.
“Do you fear something awful might happen?” asks Adam Hayden, 40, a writer and speaker with brain cancer who lives with his family.
The following websites offer education, support and more for people with bladder cancer.
Expanded psychotherapy program helps pediatric patients and their families navigate complex treatments for cancer and blood disorders.
This article summarizes information and services available specifically for those who provide care to colorectal cancer patients.
“I want people to hear my story…and feel empowered,” says breast cancer survivor Megan-Claire Chase about “Stories From the Stage.”
Leading the way in treating cancer as a disease that affects mental and emotional well-being alongside physical health.
When Charlie Huang almost lost the chance at a lifesaving stem cell transplant for his acute myeloid leukemia, he vowed to help others.
Megan-Claire Chase, aka Warrior Megsie, is a seven-year breast cancer survivor. She’s also a blogger and advocate.
Take this survey to let us know how you're dealing with cancer.
Old Town Greenwood, Indiana, showed support for #TumorTakedownTailgate 2023 and the National Brain Tumor Society.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society highlights resources for blood cancer patients, survivors, families and caregivers.
Sharing stories, conversations and knowledge can help ease the burden, no matter where you are in your cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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