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June 20, 2015
For some, working after cancer means switching careers to pursue a passion.
Caregivers may grapple with practical and emotional challenges as they help loved ones manage cancer-related pain.
Lack of adherence to orally administered drug regimens is a problem that deserves attention.
Cancer is a solitary event, and in that isolation lies empowerment, one survivor has found.
Online matching services may help patients find clinical trials that are right for them.
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Food for Thought
Moderate consumption of soy-based foods may lower the risk of breast cancer or recurrence.
Protective clothing can help prevent skin cancers by blocking the sun's ultraviolet rays.
Brittany Maynard spent only a few weeks advocating death-with-dignity laws, but she may be remembered as a giant of the movement.
Patients with cancer who have taken bone-strengthening drugs should be on the lookout for osteonecrosis of the jaw.
June 19, 2015
THE PLACE TO BE / PEOPLE REPORT / PREVENTION / INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE / LEGISLATIVE WATCH / WEB FIND / HOUSE CALL / BOOKSHELF
Millions in the cancer community are working to increase research funding or change policy.
June 17, 2015
When the USPSTF issued its recommendation against PSA testing, urologists nationwide, myself included, warned about the possible public health repercussions that could ensue. Our fears have materialized, and much sooner than anticipated.
June 15, 2015
With many anti-cancer drugs taken orally, it's up to patients to comply with prescribed regimens — but what happens if they don't?
June 05, 2015
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