Panel of experts discuss survivorship challenges and potential areas for study.
by Marci A. Landsmann
Patients who opt for breast reconstruction after mastectomy tend to overestimate how happy they will be with the results, while those who do not get reconstruction tend to underestimate their future satisfaction.
by Cici Zhang
Your Cancer Guide
Learn to look forward to life events without letting them add to your stress.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Caregiving with Confidence
These tips can help make talking about cancer a little easier.
by Aimee Swartz
Q&A with Fremonta Meyer on PTSD among cancer survivors.
by Sue Rochman
A pain expert puts pain control and opioid addiction in perspective.
New program funds cancer centers to help patients stop using tobacco.
by Kate Yandell
Research scientist Teresa Woodruff is determined to make fertility preservation accessible to more young adults and children with cancer.
by Delia O'Hara
Patients living with advanced cancer may find that exercise helps them build strength and maintain independence.
by Jane C. Hu
Racial and ethnic backgrounds can be factors in whether cancer patients take advantage of hospice care. Researchers and clinicians are trying to understand the gaps and design strategies to bridge them.
by Charlotte Huff
In a session at the AACR Annual Meeting, oncologists discussed the state of cancer precision medicine—and engaged with patient advocates.
Advocates shared their stories and projects at the AACR Annual Meeting.
National Cancer Institute director Norman “Ned” Sharpless meets with advocates and outlines areas of focus for the agency.
The Biden Cancer Initiative Colloquium gathered experts to discuss obstacles preventing access to care at the AACR Annual Meeting.
by Kevin McLaughlin
To increase efficacy and combat resistance to checkpoint inhibitors, many clinical trials are centered on combining an immune checkpoint inhibitor with a second drug.
The FDA expands use of durvalumab to non–small cell lung cancer.
A collaborative initiative seeks to improve understanding of cancer outcomes in African-American patients through genomic sequencing.
The Financial Toll of Cancer
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