The Right Dose
Researchers want to find out when cancer patients can benefit from receiving lower doses of drugs or radiation, shortening treatment or skipping certain treatments altogether.
by Kate Yandell
What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient
When visiting a friend or family member who is sick, it's good to leave platitudes at the door.
by Michael Gavaghen
A Lesson in Service
Rabbi Ben David was comfortable in his role of helping those in need, but he had to rely on others after his lymphoma diagnosis. The marathon runner has returned to an active life one step at a time.
by Lindsey Konkel
From the Editor-in-Chief
CAR-T Cells: ‘Bionic’ Immune Cells for Treating Cancer
T cells are being rebuilt to kill cancer cells.
by William G. Nelson, MD, PhD
Treatment Is Waiting
For patients with chronic blood cancers, the early intervention mantra of cancer does not always apply.
by Sue Rochman
Melanoma Risk Increased in Some Lymphoma Survivors
Study pinpoints group that may benefit from close surveillance.
by Sharon Reynolds
Betting on Science
Diagnosed with a rare and incurable blood cancer, Jack Whelan is a passionate booster for research, clinical trials and affordable treatments.
by Betty Russell
Identifying cancer patients in distress moves from rare to routine.
by Melissa Weber
Parenting With Cancer: Out in the Open
Parents with cancer face special challenges. New points of connection can help you be there for your kids.
by Jen A. Miller
Genetic marker discovery could help childhood Hodgkin survivors assess risks associated with radiation.
by Mitzi Baker