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It’s been 17 years since my diagnosis of stage 3a non–small cell lung cancer. I can remember that moment as if it was yesterday.
Twenty strokes signaled that there was trouble, though no one would have suspected a tumor.
We spend so much time making it look like we've got it all covered, when in reality, things are unraveling just below the surface. Maybe that's OK.
Early action to diagnose and treat lymphedema after breast cancer treatment can reverse this side effect or prevent it from becoming more severe.
Significant strides have been made in the treatment of patients with immunotherapies and targeted therapies. However, determining which therapies are best for which patients and how to treat patients who don’t respond or stop responding to these new therapies is still a challenge.