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Arm Morbidity Higher with Extensive Lymph Node Surgery in Younger Patients with Breast Cancer
Breast CancerWeb Exclusives
Patients under age 40 with breast cancer who underwent axillary lymph node dissection were more likely to experience arm swelling and decreased range of arm motion than patients who received less invasive sentinel lymph node biopsies.
Dose-Intense Chemotherapy Shown to Improve Outcomes in Patients with Breast Cancer
Breast CancerWeb Exclusives
According to the results of 2 recent analyses, dose-dense or dose-intense chemotherapy reduces the risk for breast cancer recurrence and improves survival compared with standard chemotherapy regimens.
National Cancer Prevention Month
PreventionSlideshowsWeb Exclusives
February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Check out this slideshow full of information relating to the detection and prevention of cancer, including the 4 leading causes of cancer in the US. Conquer cancer with knowledge.
Common Cancer Myths and Misconceptions
SlideshowsWeb Exclusives
Do cell phones cause cancer? Does deodorant cause breast cancer? These common myths and more explored in this slideshow.
A Novel Tissue Expander System Offers New Options in Breast Reconstruction
Breast CancerWeb Exclusives
For the first time in 40 years, patients who are considering reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy because of breast cancer have a new option for tissue expansion—the AeroForm Tissue Expander System.
Personal Time Management
From Your NavigatorWeb Exclusives
Time management is an important aspect of achieving goals. Here are some strategies for patients, survivors, and caregivers to keep in mind when planning how to manage their time.
Cancer Screen Week: December 4-8, 2017
Cancer ScreeningPreventionWeb Exclusives
This week is Cancer Screen Week—a nationwide public health initiative to increase awareness of the benefits of early cancer detection.
Realizing My Post-Cancer Self: A Memoir of an Ovarian Cancer Survivor
Book ReviewsSurvivorshipWeb Exclusives
Annette McElhiney offers a liberating account of personal strength and identity following an ovarian cancer diagnosis.
They Told Me I Was Too Young to Have Cancer—They Were Wrong
Patient StoriesWeb Exclusives
Rebecca Fillers was only 24 when she was diagnosed with a rare and incurable cancer. Now she struggles to find a place for herself as an adult with an uncertain future.
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