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Genes Can Help Us Understand Cancer and Other Health Issues
While we are more than the sum of our genes, genetic information is useful as we contemplate health issues, including cancer.
Feeling Like Shark Bait After Cancer Surgery
When I look in the mirror, I see that I am the byproduct of multiple surgeries. Sometimes, I feel as if I look like shark bait.
Practical Tips for When Someone You Love Has Breast Cancer
Instead of feeling helpless, there are ways you can assist your loved one in navigating cancer. This post offers helpful tips to guide you along the way.
A Smile a Day Keeps the Cancer Fears Away
A little smiling action, as opposed to frowning or grimacing, might just help combat the cancer fears and maybe even make you feel a bt better, too.
Survivor? Don't Call Me That
Words matter when you talk about cancer.
Cancer and Career Changes
Has anyone thought about a career change since having cancer?
Don't Go Down the Rabbit Hole of Despair
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Can cancer actually lift an individual out of the "rabbit hole" of despair?
Cancer, Redefined: Personalized Medicine
Rick Boulay, M.D.
What if there were some way to identify gene mutations causing the cell to behave as a cancer and then, with a medication, undo the effects of the errant gene? This is the basis of personalized medicine.
Caution Before Clicking About Cancer
In spending so many hours online, I came to see that much of what I was reading was opinions and, in fact, not facts at all.
Celebrating Independence from Cancer
While celebrating the Fourth of July, perhaps it is time to celebrate our independence from cancer fears as well.
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