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April 09, 2007
Cancer prevention is examined in a new light.
More coverage means more people are screened, and colon cancers are caught earlier.
A survivor learns the difference between being cured of cancer and being healed.
A young breast cancer conference, cancer cards, National Cancer Survivors Day, and other events.
CML survivor Erin Zammett Ruddy wants a baby. The trade-off may be her health.
Why now, more than ever before, life after cancer is part of the public discourse.
How survivors can navigate change in health insurance options.
Actor Richard Roundtree leaves his macho mark on a pink-ribbon world.
Julia Rowland, PhD, director of the National Cancer Institute's Office of Cancer Survivorship talks about the condition of survivorship care.
Helping yourself re-emerge once cancer treatment is over.
June 11, 2007
Practitioners see benefits of tai chi after cancer, while researchers have only begun to look.
Causes of erectile dysfunction can vary, while treatment options abound.
Returning to 'normal' after cancer can sometimes resemble a rodeo.
Could using game theory help us understand cancer?
A photo essay of survivors who have found meaning in their lives.
Why you need access to your tumor years after diagnosis.
Alaska native and throat cancer survivor Lance Mackey won the Iditarod sled race in March 2007, renowned soprano Ruth Ann Swenson comes back to the stage, cancer survivors among the cast and family of Charlie's Angels.
Complementary therapies, scanning for melanoma, and smoking cessation.
Healing through art and poetry.
Events and other ways to connect.
It's 2007, and cancer survivors have come of age.
Guidelines are eased for some survivors who need a cardiac transplant.