Nita Karnik Lee, MD, MPH, of The University of Chicago Medicine, discusses what patients with ovarian cancer should know about when entering survivorship.
To ease ‘chemo brain,’ a nurse researcher combined mindfulness with physical exercise.
Apps and online resources can help the mind, body and soul.
How a cancer diagnosis leaves one woman feeling humbled.
After her daughter was diagnosed, Celia Miltz founded the Friends of ET Research.
Caitlin Flanagan, a patient with HER2+ metastatic breast cancer, and Sara A. Hurvitz, M.D., discuss treatment approaches and modifications during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maurie Markman urges patients with ovarian cancer who have undergone surgery to speak with their gynecologic oncologist and see if IP therapy is right for them.
The science behind immunotherapy and gastrointestinal cancers is not quite perfected yet, but one subset of patients is seeing remarkable results.
By gathering teams of cancer-fighting scientists, Stand Up To Cancer hopes to one day eradicate the disease.
The struggle of when to reveal my health history to a romantic interest.
Under Medicare’s new oncology care model, patient-centric treatment aims to save money while improving health outcomes.
From mastectomy to reconstruction and beyond.
The National Cancer Institute intensifies quality cancer research and discussion about complementary and alternative medicine.
Here, Lea White shares her Extraordinary Healer nomination essay of her oncology nurse, Cindy DeLeon Trevino, ANP-BC, AOCNP, BMTCN, of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
An early clinical trial participant likens his journey into the unknown to a space mission.
There are many exciting advances happening in the field of mantle cell lymphoma.
Traveling helped me remove myself from the storyline of cancer and reconnect with the world around me.
Currently, the Food and Drug Administration lists 119 drugs as being in short supply, including 25 cancer drugs.
A nonprofit is partnering with performance artists to stimulate end-of-life discussions.
Melanie A. Nix, co-founder of the Breast Cancer Comfort Site, discusses the various stages of advocacy.
"Are you here alone? Do you have any family with you?" the resident asked me. My heart began to beat faster. Yes, I was alone. I was always alone. I was the single mother of 7-year-old girl.
Mary B. Daly discusses genetic risk for cancer among men.
McCabe addressed this topic and others in her talk, "Models of Delivery" at the 2016 Cancer Survivorship Symposium in San Francisco.
An Extraordinary Healer essay honoring MARY SMANIA, D.N.P., FNP-BC, AGN-BC [ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, HEALTH PROGRAMS, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING, LIFE SCIENCE, LANSING, MICHIGAN]
MBCN offers advice for finding financial assistant for medical costs, daily living expenses and transportation to treatment.
An Extraordinary Healer essay honoring NIKI WOHLFORD-WILL, RN [LUTHERAN HEALTH NETWORK, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA]
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