CR contributing writer Cynthia Ryan receives a Clarion Award for her article, “Homeless With Cancer."
A CR contributor launches a one-of-a-kind program for educating homeless women about breast cancer.
CR is pleased to announce that four of its writers have been honored for their work in the publication.
Read more from CR's conversation with Jai Pausch.
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Cancer treatment can dash a patient’s hopes of having a child. But it doesn’t have to: Ongoing research is expanding the opportunities for preserving fertility, both before and after treatment.
Should a cancer drug’s (often high) cost be part of the equation when experts calculate whether it’s an effective treatment?
A new generation of chronic myelogenous leukemia drugs; immunotherapy for prostate cancer; cardiovascular risks for pediatric cancer survivors; questions about Avastin for breast cancer treatment; personalized lung cancer therapy
A survivor wonders if environmental exposure contributed to her cancer.