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July 09, 2009
Health insurance resources for cancer survivors.
A cancer survivor's health insurance picture may change under various job scenarios.
What does Medicare cover when it comes to screening for colorectal cancer?
Despite the gains noted in the overall number of Medicare patients undergoing colonoscopy, researchers continue to see differences in colorectal cancer screening rates among certain groups, particularly minorities.
June 12, 2009
A timeline for the development of awareness about cancer survivorship.
June 09, 2009
Beauty shopping for survivors and patients undergoing cancer treatment.
March 30, 2009
Fast facts about Richard Roundtree and his battle with breast cancer.
June 11, 2007
Patients log on to access medical records and talk with doctors.
What happens to cancer tissue and why it's so valuable to researchers.
Patients face how cancer will define them once treatment ends.
When caregivers feel they have no choice, the challenging role can take its toll.
Minimally invasive technologies transform the landscape of cancer surgery.
Dana Reeve's death revealed the other face of lung cancer.
A portal is a specialized website with a heap of helpful features for doctor patient communication and following a few guidelines and tips on how to use a portal can help.
Researchers point to several cancer treatments and tests that emerged from tissue specimens and predict more will follow.
Companies and public banks collect and store blood from the umbilical cord and placenta for stem cell transplants to treat blood disorders such as leukemia or lymphoma.
Exposing the ethical dilemmas of clinical trials reveals a balance between researchers, drug companies, and patients.
A cancer survivor doesn’t consider surviving cancer a personal victory, but is grateful for each day.
What's to blame for lung cancer in people who never smoked, and what that means for treatment and survival.
Gender plays a role in caregiving experience: male caregivers often deal better with physical rather than psychosocial support, whereas the opposite may be true for women.
Young adults with cancer create a movement through music, and they’re taking it on the road.
Cancer—the uninvited teacher— leaves a new understanding of what’s important.
Letters from Our Readers
Readers respond to past articles on the age factor, men as caregivers and advocates, and online information resources.
Drug companies’ advertisements promoting their wares directly to consumers have soared since 1997.
Food for Thought
What patients eat may boost energy.
Patients honor their oncology nurses.
Minimally invasive techniques help detect and diagnose cancer earlier.
Surgeons learn new minimally invasive and robotic surgery techniques to remove and find early-stage tumors.
Terminal cancer patients whose tumors don’t respond to standard treatment have limited options, especially those with aggressive cancers that have become resistant to various treatment regimens.
Data collection doesn’t end when a clinical trial ends, as rare or long-term side effects of a new drug or treatment may take years to emerge.
Questions to ask yourself before enrolling in a clinical trial.
Tumors of people who never smoked are more likely to respond to certain types of drugs.
Early lung cancer screening for high-risk people, including smokers, is an emotional and debatable topic.
Therapies that preferentially target lung cancers harboring certain EGFR mutations can be effective in some lung cancers in never-smokers.
The ethics of animal testing are fiercely debated.
Although non-small cell lung cancer is the most common type of lung cancer, a handful of other primary cancers affect the delicate organ.
The ethics of cancer research and how it affects you.
Drugs in the News
The FDA approves third kidney cancer drug and blood-clotting therapy while delaying review on a prostate cancer vaccine, and one drug edges another in a colorectal cancer clinical trial.
Updates from the 2007 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology includes news on liver, kidney, lung, colon, pancreatic and breast cancers.
Genetic nondiscrimination bill on its way to becoming law.
The Place To Be
The Anderson Network's Living Fully with and Beyond Cancer conference in Houston.
Elizabeth Edwards and Tony Snow.
A second HPV vaccine proves effective in preventing cervical cancer.
Are the drugs to treat anemia safe?
On The Web
Gamers take virtual shot at cancer.
14-year-old brain tumor survivor Jimmy Fowkes turns shaved heads and a bike into cash for cancer.
Survivor chronicles her life with metastatic breast cancer in Slapped Awake.
Protecting bone health in childhood cancer survivors.
Sunstone Cancer Support Centers offer desert oasis.
April 09, 2007
Things to remember before beginning tai chi.
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