Inspirational Short Stories From Well-Known Cancer Survivors
"25 Women Who Survived Cancer" compiles the experiences of some well-known cancer survivors, including newscasters Robin Roberts and Joan Lunden, actresses Patti LuPone and Fran Drescher.
Blogging Your Way Through Cancer
Blogs about personal experiences, such as cancer, can be therapeutic for both writers and readers.
Cancer Discussion “Dos” and “Don’ts”
New Care Model Rewards Attentiveness to Patients With Cancer
Len Lichtenfeld offers insight on the new Oncology Care Model.
Ben Stiller Urges Men to Learn About PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer
Ben Stiller is taking a stance in the debate over PSA screening.
Author of "Llama" Books for Children Succumbs to Brain Cancer
Author Anna Dewdney died of brain cancer, but instead of having funeral arrangements, she asked that people spend their time reading to children.
Who are Cancer Clinical Trials For: Guinea Pigs, Test Pilots or Prize Poodles?
Expert D. Ross Camidge, M.D., Ph.D., offers tips for dealing with the stress of navigating clinical trials for cancer treatment.
Mobile Site Offers Ready Access to Guided Meditation for Patients With Cancer
Online guided meditation may help patients with cancer cope with stress.
Obesity and Cancer: What Is the Connection, and What Is the Path Forward?
THE QUESTION ABOUT OBESITY is no longer whether or not it contributes to the development of cancer, but how much, and in whom. Most importantly, our question should be: What are we going to do about it?
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At a Loss for Words When Discussing a Loved One's Cancer
It can be difficult for caregivers and friends to find the right words when talking about a loved one’s cancer.
Size Matters: Examining Obesity's Role in Cancer Outcomes
Obesity can negatively affect cancer treatment outcomes, trigger disease recurrence and shorten longevity. Organized weight loss programs and exercise can help patients protect themselves.
Have a Cocktail: Using Multiple Drugs to Treat Myeloma
Cocktails of three, four or even five drugs of various classes are turning myeloma into a chronic condition.
Leaving a Legacy: How Patients Launch Their Own Cancer Nonprofits
Faced with cancer, some launch nonprofit organizations designed to help fellow patients and their families. Here’s how they do it.
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