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Volume No. 5, Issue No. 2
Many aspects of life with cancer have improved in the last 20 years, but too much remains the same.
CR readers write about caregivers who advocated on their behalf.
Soy may be a healthy addition to the diets of women who have breast cancer.
Young cancer survivors lose a champion.
New research confirms that children exposed to secondhand smoke are at higher risk of lung cancer.
Many doctors delay discussions of end-of-life wishes.
A young woman weighs the pros and cons of mammography.
When a friend is diagnosed with cancer, it’s hard to figure out the right thing to say or do. Turn here for some tips.
A male breast cancer survivor gains support and strength from an unexpectedly wide community of survivors.
Medical reporter and cancer survivor Dina Bair runs, dances and rappels off buildings—all in the name of promoting health awareness.
Regular exercise may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer recurrence and death. And you don’t need to run a marathon.
Appalachia has the highest rate of cancer deaths in the country. But thoughtful partnerships among researchers and local citizens are improving cancer care.
Oncology social worker Les Gallo-Silver has spent his career helping patients and their families. Now this cancer survivor is teaching the next generation of cancer social workers.
Scientists are unlocking the molecular secrets of cancer cells and using this information to improve and individualize patient treatment and care.
One of Dorothea Lange’s photographs became the iconic image of the Great Depression, but it wasn’t until after her death from esophageal cancer that she gained widespread recognition for her work.
Controversy surrounds new cancer screening guidelines.
A young cancer survivor moves forward.
Cancer survivor Josh Sommer turned his rare cancer diagnosis into a research advocacy organization.
Creating cancer-themed art helped a prostate cancer patient manage the stress and side effects of treatment.