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Articles That Discuss cancer

Shining a Light on Skin Cancer: Latest Tools for Early Detection

Introduction As the sun’s rays get stronger and summer approaches, it’s important to shed light on the topic of skin cancer. Early detection is key in successfully treating this potentially

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Why Are Regular Full Health Checks Important?

Routine health checks, sometimes called executive physicals, often involve a full-body physical examination, blood work, and additional testing. The aim of these health checks is to act as a form of preventative

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How Home Care Services Can Benefit Cancer Patients

A cancer diagnosis can be a lot to handle, and the idea of treatment can be scary. Although hospitals are important for treating cancer, sometimes patients feel better being at home with extra help. Home

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Preparing for Radiation Therapy?

You’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Your oncologist prescribed radiation. Naturally, you are preparing for radiation therapy by asking lots of questions. The problem is that most of your questions

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How To Share A Cancer Diagnosis

You’ve been diagnosed with cancer. Should you tell someone? How to share a cancer diagnosis is an important question that you should think through- carefully. As a long-term cancer survivor myself,

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Upfront Low-dose Radiation SCLC

According to the study linked below, upfront low-dose radiation for small cell lung cancer extends both progression-free survival (your first remission) and overall survival (length of life). That’s

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Reversing Osteoporosis

Yes, reversing osteoporosis is possible. I say this as a long-term survivor of a blood cancer that can cause osteoporosis or osteopenia. Virtually all survivors of my cancer, multiple myeloma, risk bone

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Navigating Breast Cancer: A Guide for Patients and Caregivers

Breast cancer is a daunting journey, both for patients and their caregivers. But amidst the challenges, there is hope and empowerment. In this article, we will explore how to navigate breast cancer, offering

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Breast Cancer Risk Scores

Determining breast cancer risk is important information for women. However, breast cancer risk scores have pros and cons that should be understood by women. Olivia Munn gives the perfect direction in the

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Elderly Cancer Is Different!

Elderly cancer patients, people 70 years of age or older, have difficulty dealing with toxicity. In general, older cancer patients develop side effects more readily than younger people do. According to

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Persistent Chemotherapy‐Induced Alopecia

Persistent Chemotherapy‐Induced Alopecia, permanent hair loss, can happen. When I had chemotherapy, I lost all my hair. But eventually it grew back. According to the research linked below, there are

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Colon Cancer Sch B Magnolia Berry

Non-conventional  therapies for colon cancer can run the gamut from diet to supplements to sch B aka magnolia berry according to research linked and excerpted below. You’ve been diagnosed with colon

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