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March 11, 2009
Within the past two decades, a movement emerged to integrate natural healing methods--exercise, acupuncture and message--with traditional cancer therapies.
March 10, 2009
Reviews of books written by Wendy Harpham.
March 07, 2009
Timeline of Arnold Palmer's life and career.
For Zora Brown, breast cancer was a journey that began before she was born.
August 10, 2006
Facing cancer's challenges on your own terms.
Letters from Our Readers
Patients, survivors, friends, and family send letters to Lance.
An update on people featured in past issues including Jillian Koluder, Jerry Mayfield, Eli Kahn, Kim White, Patricia Newton, Amanda Olivere, and Wendy Dixon.
Paradigm shift finds cancer patients no longer on their own.
Q & A with Fitzhugh Mullan, MD
A survivorship plan for follow-up care once a cancer patient completes initial treatment.
Survivor first and cyclist second, Lance Armstrong takes on cancer.
Profile of Lance Armstrong and discussion of his book, "It's Not About the Bike: My Journey Back to Life."
The LAF continues to build its advocacy network.
A father recounts how LAF and advocacy helped him move past the grief of his son's death from leukemia.
Zora Brown's longtime enemy caused her to remake her life to educate African-American women about breast cancer.
Arnold Palmer's campaign to affect cancer on the front end takes him beyond the green.
The goal of screening for prostate cancer is to find cancer early, before it starts to cause symptoms, in the hope that it can be treated more effectively.
Seven recurrences over two decades have given Dr. Wendy Harpham a lot to say about surviving cancer.
The children of author and survivor Dr. Wendy Harpham talk about their mother’s cancer journey.
After seven recurrences, a non-Hodgkin lymphoma patient recounts her treatments over the past two decades.
Post-cancer fatigue, a term coined by Wendy, has been her most challenging issue of survivorship.
The individual & family decisions behind testing for genetic cancer risk.
Learning about one's genetic status may open a Pandora's box of personal and familial issues.
Chemoprevention options exist for individuals with high risk of breast, prostate, or colorectal cancers.
Genetic screening of embryos for cancer is now possible, but ethical questions remain.
Hereditary cancers may depend on just one genetic mutation, while others are a combination.
This article discusses premature menopause as a result of cancer treatments.
Survivors guided through territory of long-term and late effects.
Much of the research on long-term and late effects has only occurred in the past five years, studying methods like yoga, diet modification and psychotherapy.
This article discusses the FDA approval of Gardasil, the first cervical cancer vaccine.
Cancer survivors deal with fear.
For most survivors, the fear of recurrence never goes away, but evolves as patients go through treatment and move into survivorship.
How to help children deal with the fear of their parents’ cancer.
Finding inner peace at a cancer retreat.
A variety of retreats exist for individuals and families affected by cancer.
One Bite at a Time by chef Rebecca Katz shares delicious, nourishing recipes with people who need food the most: cancer patients.
Food for Thought
Nutrition after cancer becomes part of an emerging survivorship plan.
What another survivor taught me about surviving cancer.
Mothering a Daughter with Cancer
Our Microbiome: A Reflection of Ourselves?
How Can Cancer Survivors Help The Newly Diagnosed?
CURE Honors World Ovarian Cancer Day