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Created May 4, 2015
Is it in your genes? What do our genes tell us about our kidney cancer? How does that affect our treatment? A patient-led, patient-friendly discussion about new findings.
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Created Dec 31, 2012
One of my close friends is running in Bermuda in January of 2013 to find treatments for blood cancers. It’s a 10k mile run, and if anyone can make a $5 or $10 donation, it will be much appriciated!... more
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Created Nov 14, 2012
Many chemotherapy drugs and radiation cause a great deal of skin issues for people living with cancer. This book highlights the best way to manage your skin care by Dr. Mario Lacouture, Associate ... more
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Created Sep 13, 2012
Cancer and certain cancer treatments can increase your risk of getting a serious infection. The American Cancer Society has a list of frequently asked questions about risk factors, precautions you ... more
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Created Sep 7, 2012
Up to 95% of cancer pain can be treated successfully. To benefit from pain relief strategies it's important to share symptoms with your healthcare team. Our <a href="https://www.navigatingcancer.co... more
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Updated Aug 31, 2012
Good nutrition is important before, during and after cancer treatment to help you feel better and stay stronger. A healthy diet includes eating and drinking enough of the foods and liquids that hav... more
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Created Aug 24, 2012
Studies have shown that some level of physical activity during and after cancer treatment can improve quality of life. The University of Pennsylvania has answers to some frequently asked questions ... more
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Created Aug 17, 2012
One of the many challenges in dealing with a cancer diagnosis is understanding the medical terms that you come across during your cancer journey. The American Cancer Society has created a helpf... more
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Updated Mar 27, 2014
Detailed information about evidence based recommendations on how to manage nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Some treatments are more likely to cause nausea an... more
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Created Jul 27, 2012
Cancer.net provides information on 12 topics addressing a new diagnosis
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Created Jun 22, 2012
The Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC) provides free information and resources on cancer-related legal issues to cancer survivors, caregivers, health care professionals, employers, and others copi... more
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Uploaded Jun 14, 2012
The pamphlet provided by the National Cancer Institute describes possible risks, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for someone recently diagnosed with cancer.
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Created Jun 1, 2012
When presented with a health diagnosis, you may have several questions regarding the impact it could have on your career. Common concerns include - * How can I maximize my health benefits durin... more
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Created May 25, 2012
Decisions regarding your health should be made after you have been thoroughly informed about your diagnosis, prognosis and available treatment options. In some instances, getting a second opinion w... more
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Created May 11, 2012
The Bloch Cancer Hotline is for every newly diagnosed cancer patients. It is a free service operated by volunteers who have had cancer. The goal is to match up the newly diagnosed patient with an i... more