• Get Involved

    Strength and Style

    Breast cancer survivor and hairstylist provides beauty expertise to breast cancer patients.

    by Cynthia Ryan

  • Survivor Profile

    Hope and Endurance

    Bladder cancer survivor Randy Layne and his wife, Ellen, faced his diagnosis, treatment and recovery together.

    by Martha Irvine

  • Forward Look

    ‘Sir’ and ‘Ladies’: Can We Tell You About Cancer?

    The Africa Oxford CANCER FOUNDATION and the European Society for Medical Oncology Developing Countries Task Force launched a five-year pilot program in Ghana to develop and implement cancer-prevention and early-detection programs that can be models for other developing countries. Currently, most Africans do not have access to screening, treatment or palliative care. For instance, Ghana, with […]

    by Sue Rochman

  • Striking a Balance

    Setting clear goals can help you give back to others while taking care of yourself.

    by Cynthia Ryan

  • Survivor Profile

    Closing the Cancer Care Gap

    Health economist and breast cancer survivor Felicia Knaul's mission, which first started as a grassroots effort to increase breast cancer screening in Mexico, has expanded to address cancer care inequities around the world.

    by Alexandra Goho

  • A Community Effort

    Local programs within Native American communities are at the forefront of an effort to increase cancer screening and reduce cancer deaths.

    by Sue Rochman

  • Q&A

    Changing Behavior

    John P. Pierce highlights the role of public health campaigns in cutting cancer risk.

    by Susan FitzGerald

  • Get Involved

    A Canvas for Cancer

    Elizabeth's Canvas offers free art classes to those affected by cancer.

    by Leigh Zaleski

  • Editor's Letter

    A Place in the Shade

    Many people still consider a tan “healthy” and don't take measures to protect their skin from the sun.

    by Kevin McLaughlin

  • Forward Look

    A Global Perspective on Cancer

    Q&A with Christopher P. Wild on World Cancer Report 2014.

    by Sue Rochman