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Skin Cancer, Vitamin D3 and Sunlight

Can Vitamin D3 supplementation Reduce Your Risks of Skin Cancer? Full Disclosure: I am a 58 year old cancer survivor who worshiped the sun in my youth. I burned frequently. Some of those sunburns where

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Melanoma Survivors Risk Secondary Cancers

Melanoma survivors have increased risk of developing several cancers; the most common cancers with elevated risks were breast, prostate, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma Identifying a problem is easy. Identifying

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Newly Diagnosed Ewing’s Sarcoma

Pediatric Ewing’s Sarcoma- Surgery, Chemotherapy, Possible Lung Metastasis, Resisting Radiation- From: Andrea  Subject: anything else? Hi David: My 12 year old son was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma

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Newly Dx’ed MMer- Neck Plasmacytoma

Hello David- First of all I wanted to take a moment to thank and bless you for all that you do.  I’m so grateful to have found this website and am sure you’ve been an inspiration and help

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Can Pediatric/AYA Cancer Late-Stage Side-Effects be prevented?

“”Cure is no longer a sufficient goal in pediatric cancer care,” the researchers wrote. “As the vast majority of these patients survive, attention must be paid to their long-term

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Secondary Cancer in Pediatric and AYA Cancer Survivors

“Pediatric and AYA cancer survivors remain at increased risk for treatment-related subsequent neoplasms, even after the age of 40, according to a new study published online ahead of print in the

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AYA Cancer Survivors- Identify and Prevent Long-Term and Late Side Effects

As many as two-thirds of childhood cancer survivors develop a long-term complication from the surgery, chemotherapy or radiation used in cancer treatment…” It shouldn’t be surprising

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Should Minors (pediatric cancer patients) be Forced to Undergo Chemotherapy?

Should American citizens have the right to chose what medical therapy they undergo? Should minors (pediatric cancer patients) be able to choose? This debate goes beyond loosing your hair or puking your

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