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Brielle Urciuoli
The Rapunzel Project is dedicated to spreading the word about hair-preserving treatments for patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Kim Johnson
My sister was told about hair loss many times at the beginning of treatment, but the magnitude of being bald didn't hit her until the hair started coming out.
Kristie L. Kahl
Approximately 420,000 Americans are adult survivors of childhood cancer, and these individuals may be twice as likely to have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, according to researchers at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Bonnie Annis
After breast cancer surgery and lymph node removal, I developed lymphedema, a painful, lifelong condition. This medical problem is often misunderstood but is it my place to help bring awareness? One survivor speaks out.
Khevin Barnes
Life goes on after a cancer diagnosis, but it's never quite the same.
Bonnie Annis
A very light hearted look at a serious problem.
Barbara Tako
Breast cancer and melanoma survivor shares coping strategies for the holidays.
Julie Nangia, M.D.
Julia Nangia, M.D., assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine, discusses the impact that chemotherapy-related hair loss can have on patients with breast cancer.
 
Kim Johnson
Of every complication caused from cancer and its treatments, nausea has been the worst for my sister. It has caused pain, discomfort and was the number one reason she returned to the emergency room. No matter what medications were dosed, whether it was orally or by IV, or how much they gave to her, so often, nothing ever seemed to work.
Brielle Urciuoli
Many patients with cancer choose to use homeopathic therapies either in addition to, or in lieu of traditional treatments. However, since these agents don’t go through the same FDA approval process as typical drugs, patients may be subject to harmful effects.
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