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Survivorship

Jane Biehl PhD
A survivor talks about leaving the gate open and racing out of it when diagnosed with cancer.
 
Ryan McDonald
Estimates indicate that cancer will become the number one leading cause of death in the United States over the next five to 10 years. But, as one expert argued in a policy roundtable, there are ways to significantly decrease that rate.
 
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Be well and use good judgment at this time to manage your medical care, but don't be afraid to ask and inquire about accommodations that can be made to support your overall well-being.
Dr. Sara Hurvitz
Expert Dr. Sara Hurvitz discusses why cancer survivors should discuss their risk factors during the COVID-19 pandemic with their healthcare providers.
Beth Fand Incollingo
The first study to look at cancer prevalence in transgender people and examine the health of transgender cancer survivors also found concerning health trends among transgender women and gender nonconforming people.
 
Laura Yeager
Having lived with the possibility of early death as a two-time cancer patient, I’m used to the coronavirus threat and all that it entails.
Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
Get a sneak peek at what’s inside our Winter 2020 issue of Heal Magazine.
Jane Biehl PhD
It's the often-overlooked little details that make the most impact on a patient's trip to the cancer center.
Marilyn Fenichel
Cancer therapies can take a toll on the skeleton, but the right moves can minimize the loss.
 
Martha Carlson
Don't be intimidated by the science presented at poster sessions at conferences. They can connect people living with cancer and cancer researchers in a way that helps both the patient and the researcher.
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