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Volume No. 4, Issue No. 4
The path to recovery isn't always an easy route, but hope lights the way.
CR readers share their diagnosis stories.
A new law gives the U.S. Food and Drug Administration the authority to regulate tobacco.
Research highlights the risk of second cancers among childhood cancer survivors.
Researchers discover a connection between HPV and head and neck cancer disparities.
Find ways to lessen the stress and anxiety of cancer tests.
New technology allows for easier and instant communication, but be careful how you share bad news.
Pediatric oncologist Aziza Shad is committed to helping childhood cancer patients overcome great odds and obstacles.
For caregivers, coping with a loved one’s cancer diagnosis can require a delicate step.
Researchers are looking to genetics for help in unlocking the secrets to better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn, who struggled to raise awareness of the needs of people in the most neglected parts of the world, died of appendix cancer in 1993. Today, the disease continues to challenge doctors and patients.
Some therapies that help patients survive cancer can have damaging effects on their hearts, but doctors are learning to identify and treat them.
An avid biker, craftsman, statistician and Girl Scout volunteer, Donn Young doesn’t let advanced prostate cancer slow him down.
Cancer treatment can be shockingly expensive even for families with insurance. Learn how to prepare for the costs.
A head and neck cancer survivor learned to accept and appreciate his family's support during treatment.
An advocate helps young brain tumor survivors cope with the challenges of life after treatment.
Breast cancer patient advocate M. Carolina Hinestrosa died on June 21.
An artist used her craft to cope with her father's illness.