Stem Cells: Helpful or Hurtful?
Stem cells are cells that seem to have the ability to divide perpetually, but what does that mean in cancer?
Living with Metastatic Illness
Quality Control: Even with metastatic cancer, many patients live long and well.
Providing Aid and Comfort
New Routine: Caring for those with metastatic disease calls for flexibility, commitment.
Message from the Editor
Becoming an effective partner in managing metastatic cancer.
Where to go for the best information.
The Molecular Revolution
Molecular and genomic information can identify tumors most likely to respond to a specific drug.
Advancements in Supportive Care
As researchers gain a better understanding of the toxicities associated with chemotherapy and radiation therapy, they have focused more on developing drugs and therapeutics that address the complications of cancer treatment.
Self-Care for Caregivers
Overwhelmed by the job, caregivers often let their own health deteriorate, which can have an adverse effect on their caregiving abilities.
What is Metastatic Cancer?
Guessing Game: Patients with metastatic cancer live with uncertainty.
Treating and Managing Metastatic Disease
Reasons for Hope: Options are available to keep disease at bay.
Recent Drug Approvals
Recent drug approvals for metastatic cancers.
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