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Friends, siblings, support groups and social media can all make a huge difference for patients who are “cancering” on their own.
The latest Cancer Disparities Report finds that disparities by socioeconomic status within each race are larger than disparities by race.
Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS) is funding a Breast Cancer Memorial Garden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
Research shows vitamin D supplements may help reduce peripheral neuropathy; findings may be especially relevant for Black cancer patients.
People with continuous private or public insurance coverage had higher rates of breast, colon and cervical cancer screening.
Laura J. Esserman, MD, of the University of California, San Francisco, explains how to improve breast cancer screening practices.
AssessYourRisk, developed by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, uses a simple quiz to assess a users’ risk of breast or ovarian cancer.
The American Cancer Society is raising awareness about this aggressive form of breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
University of Colorado’s Jennifer Diamond, MD, talks about how clinical trials work in breast cancer and what they can do for patients.
Cancer advocates say the bill will ensure more patients, notably people of color, can access biomarker testing and the right treatment.
The Crucial Catch initiative promotes cancer prevention in NFL markets. Plus: Six pilot sites launched to improve breast cancer outcomes.
Cancer-related outcomes were similar, but patients reported less burden on life and finances with shorter treatment regimen.
“I don’t want it to look pretty. I want you to excavate,” said Linda Evangelista about additional surgery when the cancer returned.
For those living in remote areas, higher prices can put medical care further out of reach.
Coffee has numerous health benefits, but too much caffeine can cause problems.
Report findings suggest many cancers were not being diagnosed in a timely manner during the early part of the pandemic.
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