Fall / 2014

Personalizing Cancer Care with Precision Medicine

BY MAUREEN SALAMON

The personalized medicine revolution is gaining momentum.

ARTICLE EXTRAS Biomarkers Could Help Lower Treatment Costs, Side Effects

The DCIS Dilemma

BY CHARLOTTE HUFF

Will suspicious cells remain idle or become aggressive cancers?

ARTICLE EXTRAS
Another Lesion: LCIS

Tough Talk: Preparing for End of Life

BY KATHY LATOUR

Discussing end-of-life care can help ensure a dignified death.

ARTICLE EXTRAS
Beginning the Conversation
Caregivers Can Benefit From Early Intervention

First Line

People, News & Events

EDITED BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

Legislative Watch / People Report / The Place To Be / Prevention / House Call / Childhood Cancer / Integrative Medicine / On The Web / Bookshelf

Diagnosis Cancer

Prehabilitation Aims to Prepare Patients for What Lies Ahead

BY JANE HILL

Preparing physically for treatment could play a role in recovery of cancer.

Finding Hope

Preparing for a Cancer-Related Emergency

BY JEANNE ERDMANN

Know which symptoms call for immediate action and which can be safely ignored.

Healing Well

Living with Lymphedema

BY SONYA COLLINS

The condition can be managed, and new treatments are being investigated.

Caregivers' Corner

Are You an Overbearing Caregiver?

BY DON VAUGHAN

Overattentive caregivers can undermine patient recovery.