For cancer patients, high-quality communication with their doctors is key.
by Jessica Gorman
Can Genetic Ancestry Help Explain Cancer Risk? | The Cancer Genome Atlas | Carrying a Heavy Burden | Confronting Lung Cancer Stigma | Choosing End-of-Life Care | Guiding Patients From Screening Through Treatment | Vitamin E and Cancer Risk
Your Cancer Guide
This checklist can help you manage job issues during or after cancer treatment.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Caregiving with Confidence
To care for your loved one, take steps to care for yourself.
by Michelle Johnston-Fleece
A survivor keeps an eye on what's ahead after a rare cancer diagnosis.
by Sue Russell
Drawing on her own struggle with the emotional pain of a cancer diagnosis and treatment, Lee Miller empowers other patients to effectively communicate with their doctors.
by Jenny Song
Renewed interest in research about metabolism, the process cells use to fuel their growth, could lead to new types of cancer treatments.
by Stephen Ornes
Yesterday & Today
Even cancer couldn't slow down James Brown.
by Jocelyn Selim
Only one-third of new cancer therapies or drug combinations tested in phase III clinical trials prove to be better than the standard of care. Researchers explain why and how they are aiming to improve the odds.
by Sue Rochman
Finding support online is getting easier. Are these groups for you?
by Melissa Weber
Myra Christopher wages a personal battle with a rare cancer while continuing to passionately advocate for patients.
by Charlotte Huff
Going With the Grain | Walk the Walk
As first lady of Moldova, Margareta Timofti aims to increase cancer awareness and survival in one of Europe’s poorest nations.
On supporting teens with cancer, reducing cancer risk and having a child after cancer.
Breast cancer survivor AnneMarie Ciccarella discovered an interest in scientific research.
by Yvonne Lee
Julia Wiley, Tony Handler, Michael B. Lawing, Lori Petitti
Scientists discussed the mechanisms of chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment at a session dedicated to symptom science at the AACR Annual Meeting 2021.
by Marci A. Landsmann
This year’s AACR Annual Meeting features the latest advances in basic, translational and clinical cancer research. The more than 13,000 attendees at the virtual event represent more than 70 countries.
by Kevin McLaughlin
The immune systems of people with blood cancer respond differently to infection with the coronavirus than the immune systems of people without cancer or with solid tumors.
by Kate Yandell
In recent months, drugmakers have announced they are withdrawing indications for four immune checkpoint inhibitors in consultation with the Food and Drug Administration. What does this mean for patients who are taking these drugs?
by Anna Goshua
For the second consecutive year, this year’s AACR Annual Meeting will take place in a virtual format. Read this user's guide to the meeting.
Since the founding of the American Association for Cancer Research more than 100 years ago, women have played many pivotal roles.
The AACR collaborated with the Food and Drug Administration to examine under-representation of African Americans in multiple myeloma clinical trials.
Learning Medicare’s ABCDs
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