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Revlimid, Multiple Myeloma, Secondary Cancer

“…various types of therapies (eg, oral alkylating therapy, myeloablative therapy used in conjunction with ASCT, radiotherapy, and revlimid (lenalidomide) to be associated with an excess of

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Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma-“Continual Risk of Secondary Cancer”

“…but the investigators wrote that this study confirmed the continual risk of secondary cancer beyond 25 years after a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma…” The study isn’t talking

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Secondary Cancer in Multiple Myeloma 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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Cancer Coaching- Financial Toxicity and Possible Solutions

“The staggering cost of cancer care forces many patients to file for bankruptcy, and that financial toxicity may play a role in cutting their lives short, new research suggests When I was first diagnosed

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Initial Signs of Male Cancer Facts and Considerations

You need to understand all the valued information as you can about male cancers and pass this on to everyone in a real-world technique. Usually talking, men are disreputable for disregarding their well-being

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Cancer-Related Fatigue in Multiple Myeloma

“(Cancer-related fatigue) occurs (in MM) due to various reasons, such as patient-related factors, treatment-related factors, inflammatory cytokines, and metabolic and/or endocrine dysregulation.” Cancer-related

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Head & Neck Cancer-Pembrolizumab Treats Relapsed Patients

“Pembrolizumab provided a clinically meaningful OS extension…Overall Survival…Twelve-month survival…treatment-related adverse events,,,and died of causes related to treatment…” Treatment

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Rename In-Situ, Pre-, IDLE, aka low-risk Cancer Now-

What we routinely refer to as cancer today is a disease ranging from ultra low risk (less than a 5% chance of progression over two decades) to extremely high (more than a 75% chance of progression over

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Got Lupus? Reduce Increased Risk of Cancer NOW-

This comprehensive meta-analysis provides epidemiological evidence supporting the associations between Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and cancer risk. If you have been living with lupus you already know

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Terrible Cancer Diagnosis, Five Year Survival Rate, Help!

“So how long do I have to live?”…“My oncologist told me that the five-year survival rate for my cancer is 45 percent. What does this actually mean for me?”… A cancer survival rate

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