A Letter From CR's Editor
By Gwen Darien
CR's editor-in-chief shares from her private life as she looks back on the 15 years since her cancer diagnosis.
The Big Issue
By Corinna Wu
A new advertising campaign aims to increase awareness about the nation's uninsured and underinsured.
By Hannah Hoag
The spread of breast cancer may be linked to short stretches of genetic material called microRNAs.
Martin Abeloff Remembered
By Regina Nuzzo
Oncologist Martin Abeloff, who died on Sept. 14, leaves behind a legacy in cancer research.
On the Run
By Michael B. Cohen
After his diagnosis with lung cancer, a doctor races into the unknown.
A Tiny Technology Takes on Cancer
By Alexandra Goho
New nanotechnologies, about the size of biological molecules, are poised to help detect and treat cancer.
Yesterday and Today
The Cancer Man's Cancer
By Jocelyn Selim
A teenager's unusual bone tumor led pioneering researcher James Ewing toward the identification of a new cancer.
Investing in the Future
By Josh Fischman
Despite today's challenges, committed young doctors are building a career in cancer research.
Sexuality After Cancer
By Sue Rochman
Not enough people discuss the ways to restore sexual intimacy after a cancer diagnosis.
Life With Cancer
In It Together
By Erik Ness
Couples facing cancer have each other to help cope.
Life With Cancer
By Alanna Kennedy
A couple learn how to tell their 7-year-old daughter that one of her parents is dying.
The Ship Pounding
By Donald Hall
In an excerpt from his book Without, poet Donald Hall describes his wife's treatment for cancer.
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