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Karen

February 25, 2021

Cancer patient shares her story of coping with ‘chemo brain’

Karen experienced chemo brain, a mental fogginess that occurs after cancer treatment, but is most commonly linked to chemotherapy.

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Metastasis

February 18, 2021

Doctors, researchers re-thinking metastatic cancer treatments

Metastatic cancer accounts for up to 90 percent of all cancer deaths in the United States each year.

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Clinical Trials

February 16, 2021

COVID-19 has changed how clinical trials are conducted

A potential victim in the collateral damage from the pandemic: clinical trials and their participation rates, which have also taken a hit because of COVID-19 fears.

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Prostate cancer treatment

February 15, 2021

Prostate cancer treatment advances: Can they help you?

Have you been diagnosed with prostate cancer? Learn about advances that may improve treatment outcomes and quality of life.

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Immunotherapy

January 26, 2021

Immunotherapy for cancer: How it works, who's a candidate, and where to get it

Find out how immunotherapy for cancer helps the immune system recognize and fight cancer, who’s a good candidate for it and where to get immunotherapy treatment.

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Second cancers

January 11, 2021

Can cancer treatments lead to a second cancer?

About one in six cancer patients are diagnosed with a second primary cancer years later.

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Elective procedures

December 11, 2020

What is an elective procedure? Not your cancer care

When it comes to cancer, it’s important for patients to know that few procedures are considered optional.

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Can I change oncologists?

December 8, 2020

How do I change my oncologist? What to consider before changing doctors

If you are thinking of changing oncologists, this article provides guidance on important considerations and steps to take before making a decision.

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Chemotherapy

December 7, 2020

Why chemotherapy may cause nausea and vomiting

Knowing what to expect from your chemotherapy treatment may help you prepare for the digestive issues that may follow.

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