Cancer patients and survivors are increasingly open and outspoken about cancer.
by Jessica Gorman
Healthy Lifestyle, Healthier Chromosomes | Say “Yes” to the Test | An Aspirin a Day ... | A Diabetes Drug for Cancer? | Cancer Drug Shortages | India Overrides Patent on Cancer Drug | The Dense Breast Debate | Fertility Preservation Catches On, But Slowly
Your Cancer Guide
Look here for advice on finding the right group for you.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Caregiving With Confidence
Caregiving from afar? Consider these strategies to help support your loved one, and yourself.
by Amy Cunningham
An African-American banking pioneer finds fulfillment in increasing prostate cancer awareness.
by Yvonne Lee
Accurate reporting of family histories could be key to risk reduction.
by Mitzi Baker
A cancer survivor travels to Nepal and discovers a dramatically different way to view the disease.
by Cynthia Ryan
A patient’s treatment regimen and quality of life often depend on effective pain management.
by Melissa Weber
In the Nowhere Land between adult and pediatric cancer treatment, young adults face survival rates that have missed out on the gains seen by other age groups. Can new efforts help them improve their outcomes?
by Charlotte Huff
Yesterday & Today
Elizabeth Montgomery led a bewitching life that was cut short by colorectal cancer in 1995.
by Sue Rochman
Losing It | Get Centered
Roger Ebert finds peace with his appearance following disfiguring cancer surgery.
by Ronni Gordon
Talking about end of life care, learning about the long-term affects of treatment in pediatric cancer, and finding reliable information online.
A teen who survived cancer is raising money to help others.
Evelyn Reyes, Sarah Dees, Greg Cantwell, Patrick Gavin
Advances in screening and treatment mean there are more cancer survivors than ever, but survivors who struggle to work can face difficulty getting disability payments.
by Jen Tota McGivney
At a patient advocate event, researchers discussed how to extend the benefits of immunotherapy to more people.
by Kevin McLaughlin
Testing children with cancer for hereditary mutations could impact their treatment and provide information relevant to other family members.
by Marcus A. Banks
Researchers are investigating who is at greatest risk for radiation-induced cancers.
by Kate Yandell
The Opening Plenary session of the virtual AACR Annual Meeting reviewed some of the mechanisms behind diet’s role in cancer.
The Food and Drug Administration announced it would pursue a ban on menthol combustible cigarettes and flavored cigars.
By collecting data from institutions around the world, Project GENIE enables research into rare disease types and patient populations.
Learning Medicare’s ABCDs
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