Web Exclusives – July 11, 2022
Many side effects of immunotherapy can be effectively managed with early detection and intervention. It is important that patients with cancer and their caregivers know what symptoms to look for.
Depression & CancerMental Health
Web Exclusives – June 23, 2022
Depression may have far-reaching consequences on the well-being of patients diagnosed with cancer, such as delayed treatment, longer hospital stays, and increased symptoms, and should therefore be treated properly.
Web Exclusives – May 19, 2022
Multiple myeloma is a relatively rare form of blood cancer that affects plasma cells, which are immune cells that produce antibodies.
Web Exclusives – May 17, 2022
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. Other than sunscreen, many people are unaware of additional ways they can protect themselves and prevent skin cancer.
Web Exclusives – April 19, 2022
Among the complex causes for the disparities in cancer outcomes, lacking or insufficient health insurance plays a major role. Good insurance coverage contributes to earlier diagnosis and improved treatment for patients with different types of cancers.
Web Exclusives – March 15, 2022
Doctors and nurses are heroes for the care they provide, and researchers are heroes for the breakthrough treatments and medications they develop. Let us not overlook the incredible contributions of oncology social workers in the journey of a patient with cancer.