Look Who's Chatting: Examining the Use of AI in Oncology
‘Pivotal’ Time for DLBCL Treatment Options
The Food and Drug Administration, in a flurry of activity, approved three new medications across a three-month period earlier this year.
Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Offers Benefits — and Barriers
As with many other areas in health care, some patients may face barriers when it comes to genetic services for breast cancer.
Treating the Whole Patient With Cancer
Mental and emotional well-being are crucial to a person’s overall health, and they deserve plenty of attention from patients and providers alike.
Strategies for Improving Life With a Chronic Disease
Because MPNs can cause chronic disease that spans years or even decades, some patients need their significant other to become their caregiver.
Seeking Another Cancer Perspective
A new method of chemotherapy administration is being explored for certain solid cancers.
Facing Cancer's External Side Effects
Avoiding Unavoidable Carcinogens
We need to learn more about how to potentially lessen toxins' effects on people's lives.
Running the Race of Cancer
Going through cancer is a marathon, not a sprint.
Dealing With Cancer's Side Effects and Finding Motivation
From fertility issues to oral side effects, cancer survivors may face health complications after treatment ends.
A Glimmer of Hope for Those With Lung Cancer
Self-Advocacy Is Critical in Cancer Care
It is essential that patients with breast cancer speak up to their health care providers, be it advocating for genetic testing or discussing symptoms.
The Past 20 Years Have Been Revolutionary for Kidney Cancer
Once seen as a malignancy resistant to typical treatments such as chemotherapy, metastatic kidney cancer has come a long way in the past 20 years.
Shining a Spotlight on What Lies in the Shadows of Cancer
From a rare malignancy to sexual dysfunction, this special issue explores some of the less talked about aspects of cancer.
Overcoming the Fear of Cancer Recurrence
For many cancer survivors, a dark cloud hangs over them after treatment ends, as they fear their disease coming back.
Patients With Cancer Turn to an Unconventional Way to Fund Cancer Care
How the Treatment of Cancer Side Effects Has Evolved Over the Past 2 Decades
Two cancer survivors shed light on how they adjusted their daily routines to deal with the debilitating pain from neuropathy.
Treatment Advancements in Lung Cancer Lead to ‘Tremendous Growth’
Recent advancements surrounding the development of biomarker- targeted therapies have revolutionized the treatment of lung cancer.
Taking Cancer One Day — and One Outfit — at a Time
It can be difficult for patients to go about their daily life with this bone pain, so what can help?
A Look at Ototoxicity and Other Issues in Cancer Survivorship
From ototoxicity to body image issues after cancer, here's a look at the most recent issue of Heal®.
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