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Adult childhood cancer survivors are adults who had cancer as an infant or as a child. According to the studies linked and excerpted below, cognitive decline can be a late stage side effect- meaning thatContinue reading
Cancer is a disease that affects thousands of people every year. Its not just about the terrible symptoms and side effects; it also affects your body’s ability to fight infections and slows downContinue reading
Immune Checkpoint Inhibitor Hyperprogression, Death?!? Cancer patients only hear about the dramatic success stories of fellow patients who respond remarkably well from ICI’s. But the research linkedContinue reading
Cancer is a disease that affects everyone, even those who don’t have it. When talking about cancer and mental health, we use the term “survivor” instead of “victim.” We encourageContinue reading
Caught between a rock and a hard place. Radiation side effects result from therapy that may be curative or simply buy you more time. What is the head and neck cancer (H&N) survivor to do? Anticipate,Continue reading