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Giving Her Back Her Sense of Taste, Getting Inspiration for a Cookbook in Return
Breast CancerWeb Exclusives
During the time Chef Ryan Callahan served as his mom’s caregiver, he helped her appreciate the taste of food again, and, in the process, learned that he had the makings of a cookbook that addressed an often overlooked side effect.
Where to Turn After You’ve Been Diagnosed with Lung Cancer
Lung CancerWeb Exclusives
Lung cancer accounts for more than a quarter of all cancer deaths and is the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women.
Dispelling Four Commonly-Held Lung Cancer Myths
Lung CancerWeb Exclusives
Only smokers get lung cancer? Young people don’t get cancer? These myths and more are debunked in this article.
Five Things Every Person with Lung Cancer Should Know
Lung CancerWeb Exclusives
Lung cancer can be a shocking diagnosis, especially for people who are active, healthy, or non-smokers. However, people are beginning to live longer and better with this disease thanks to recent advances in research.
Lung Cancer Leads Marathoner to New Kind of Personal Record
Lung CancerWeb Exclusives
On October 31, 2012, Rebecca Cavagnari underwent surgery to remove her left lung. Six rounds of chemotherapy followed and by May 2013 she had finished treatment. Cavagnari credits her running group with lifting her spirits and supporting her throughout her treatment.
The New Treatment Paradigm for Early-Stage Breast Cancer
Breast CancerWeb Exclusives
As an oncologist, Dennis Citrin, MB, PhD, strongly encourages all women to understand their risks for breast cancer and familiarize themselves with their family medical history.
College and Cancer: When Big Life Events Collide
Patient StoriesSurvivorshipWeb Exclusives
Samantha Watson was diagnosed with cancer while she was a student at Brandeis University, in Boston.
Elotuzumab, First-in-Class Monoclonal Antibody Immuno­­therapy, Improves Outcomes in Patients with Multiple Myeloma
ImmunotherapyMultiple MyelomaWeb Exclusives
“This therapy is an innovative approach, one that combines the precision of a targeted, immune-based therapy with traditional myeloma therapy. The results are very encouraging, giving renewed hope to patients who have relapsed,” says ASCO President-Elect Julie M. Vose, MD, MBA, Chief of the Division of Oncology/Hematology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha.
Recommendations for the Prevention and Treatment of CIPN
Web Exclusives
The American Society of Clinical Oncology releases recommendations for the prevention and management of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) in survivors of adult cancers.
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