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7 Reasons to Participate in Clinical Trials
7 Reasons to Participate in Clinical Trials

I see more and more patients decline to participate in clinical trials. Simultaneously, I hear patient advocates on the national stage clamoring for better trial access. Why the disconnect? Let’s explore seven reasons why clinical trial participation is right for you. Stephanie Graff, MD Director of the Breast Program at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at […]

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Counseling During COVID-19
Counseling During COVID-19

By Amanda Hull, LMSW Oncology Social Worker – Oncology Navigation + Support Services, Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at St. David’s Healthcare There is no doubt that the novel coronavirus poses a major threat to the entire U.S. economy and the health of our nation as a whole. It’s normal to feel stressed, sad, or worried about […]

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Caring For A Parent With Cancer As A Young Adult
Caring For A Parent With Cancer As A Young Adult

by Gwen Spector, Complex GI Nurse Navigator at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Medical City Healthcare Caregiving can be a tough and deeply personal role. A caregiver is a family member, partner, or friend who assists their loved one through all or part of their health journey. Caregivers help with daily activities, which can include […]

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Understanding Lung Cancer and Treatment Options
Understanding Lung Cancer and Treatment Options

If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer cancer, it is important to understand lung cancer and all the treatment options. Lung cancer can develop within right or left lungs and sometimes within the bronchi. The right lung has three lobes and the left lung has two lobes. The bronchi are two tubes that lead […]

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Know the Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer
Know the Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the leading cause of death due to cancer in America, but the earlier lung cancer is identified and treated, the better the odds of survival. The challenge is in finding lung cancer in its early stage, which can be difficult because most lung cancers do not cause noticeable symptoms until the disease […]

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