Stock your bag with these useful items before your next infusion session.
by Jamie L. Schwachter
Q&A with Patricia Ganz on chemotherapy-related nerve damage.
by Sue Rochman
Risk of stroke and heart increases after a cancer diagnosis.
by Robin Meadows
New product expected to be less expensive.
by Christina Bennett
Quick response to symptoms improves quality of life and survival.
by Cameron Walker
Patients are sometimes unsure when to see their primary care provider.
by Dara Chadwick
Your Cancer Guide
Prepare to be open with children when cancer treatment has stopped working.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Caregivers for cancer patients find themselves playing a complex and vital role as care shifts from the hospital to the home.
by Kate Yandell
As efforts to change or repeal the Affordable Care Act continue, health care bills keep piling up for many cancer patients and caregivers.
Helping a parent who is reluctant to report her symptoms, responding to those who want to assign blame for cancer, and assessing new treatments with your doctor.
Patients diagnosed with a second cancer may be unnecessarily excluded from clinical trials.
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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