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At the 2020 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, research highlights include disparities in care among young adults with colorectal cancer, patient-reported outcomes in liver cancer and colorectal cancer, and a blood-based test to find hard-to-detect cancers.
La vida después del cáncer es emocionalmente desafiante. La trabajadora social de oncología Hester Hill Schnipper describe 5 señales de angustia y cómo usted puede buscar ayuda.
In this podcast, Dr. Michael Williams discusses research about treating several types of lymphoma presented at last month’s ASH Annual Meeting.
Physical therapist Sharon Leslie discusses what people with cancer should know about cancer rehabilitation, including the questions to ask your health care team and what to expect from the process.
Dr. Norah Lynn Henry discusses 4 research findings from the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium for the treatment of various types of breast cancer.
La Dra. Shilpa Gupta describe los conceptos básicos de los ensayos clínicos para el cáncer, incluidos los posibles riesgos y beneficios que ofrecen.
Organ donation can save lives, including the lives of some people with cancer. Find out how the donation process works and how easy it is to register as a donor.
Prostate cancer survivor Bin McLaurin was devastated by his cancer diagnosis. But then, his experience gave him new purpose in life.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira writes about how people diagnosed with cancer can cope with stress during the holiday season.
In this podcast interview, oncology social worker and cancer survivor Hester Hill Schnipper discusses ways to cope with the fear of recurrence.