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Cancer

There's a lot to be read and heard about the struggles of living with cancer, but nothing compares to actual experience. Those of us in the cancer community can be the voice for that experience. We encourage you to share your struggles and triumphs, or simply find comfort in the knowledge that you are not alone in the fight!

Man's Best Friend... For Prostate Cancer: Study Dogs Detect with 98% Accuracy!

New research has emerged using dogs to help diagnose prostate cancer. Is this a viable method and will it reach the mainstream of medicine? Read More ▶

Lumps and Bumps - Do I Have Cancer?

While serious illness - namely cancer - CAN be the cause of a lump, many don't realize that the cause is most often something harmless. Read More ▶

X-rays, CT scans, and Bananas - How Much Radiation Is Too Much?

When it comes to radiation, it's important to weigh both the risks and benefits - especially with higher degrees of potential exposure. Read More ▶

Breast Cancer, Genetically Speaking

The exact cause of breast cancer remains a mystery, but 5 to 10 percent of cases can be linked to abnormal genes passed from the… Read More ▶

Chemo-Resistant Cancer Stem Cells Meet Their Match

Researchers at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center claim to have discovered a way to smoke out breast cancer cells. Read More ▶

Green Tea May Reduce Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a disease that affects almost 200,000 men in the United States annually. It is the second largest killer of U.S. males, with… Read More ▶

Chemobrain: What Is It & How Do I Cope?

Chemobrain, also known as chemofog is a condition associated with cancer treatment in which patients complain of impaired cognitive functioning. For a long time, many… Read More ▶

Trading Healthy Organs for Reduced Cancer Risk

February was National Cancer Prevention Month, and the media was full of reminders about healthy lifestyle choices that can help you lower your risks for… Read More ▶

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