Many people still consider a tan “healthy” and don't take measures to protect their skin from the sun.
by Kevin McLaughlin
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Be patient with yourself while adjusting to life after treatment.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Follow these steps to ready yourself for providing care at home.
by Michelle Johnston-Fleece
A mother and daughter exchange thoughts about their “full-family experience” facing an ovarian cancer diagnosis and treatment.
by Mary (Dicey) Jackson Scroggins and Nneka Scroggins
While getting their new coffee business off the ground, John and Pat Curry took John’s cancer treatment one step at a time.
by Jen A. Miller
Addressing the spiritual health of cancer patients is now recognized as an essential aspect of quality care.
by Sue Rochman
When Christina McEvoy was diagnosed with stage IV melanoma, she took the reins of her care, traveling more than 600 miles for treatment and returning home to help other melanoma survivors.
by Melissa Davlin
Diabetes increases cancer risk, and a dual diagnosis of cancer and diabetes complicates treatment and prognosis.
by Stephen Ornes
Yesterday & Today
60 Minutes journalist Ed Bradley tried to “shine a light in a dark corner” through his work, but he kept his long struggle with chronic lymphocytic leukemia private.
by Brittany Moya del Pino
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Health insurance expert Karen Pollitz breaks down the impact of the Affordable Care Act on cancer patients and survivors.
by Sarah Webb
On handling finances during cancer, skin care during radiation therapy, and getting a good night's sleep.
Teenager starts Get Cozy During Chemo to provide blankets for cancer patients in treatment.
by Leigh Zaleski
Matthew Englander, Debra Hesse, Alayna Williamson.
Patients diagnosed with a second cancer may be unnecessarily excluded from clinical trials.
by Kate Yandell
Stock your bag with these useful items before your next infusion session.
by Jamie L. Schwachter
An updated site and a new digital editor means better and faster cancer coverage for our readers.
by Cancer Today Staff
Researcher speculates that costly genetic testing may be limiting outreach to underserved communities.
by Marci A. Landsmann
AACR leaders Margaret Foti, PhD, MD (hc), Elizabeth M. Jaffee, MD, and Elaine R. Mardis, PhD, share their stories.
The FDA approves an antihormone agent to treat prostate cancer.
Women who work the night shift may have an increased risk of developing some cancers.
The Financial Toll of Cancer
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