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Coping with a New Image
Coping with a New Image

Cancer is a life changing journey. From diagnosis through survivorship, survivors are faced with physical and emotional changes – some temporary and others that stay with them. This may include surgery that removed cancer, radiation that changed the color of a patient’s skin, or chemotherapy, which made them lose their hair. After completing cancer treatment, scars […]

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Signs, Symptoms and Treatment of Brain Cancer
Signs, Symptoms and Treatment of Brain Cancer

What is brain cancer? Brain tumors are masses of abnormal cells in the brain. Tumors in the brain can be especially dangerous, as even those that are benign can grow large enough to press on other parts of the brain and cause damage to essential functions. It is important to note that brain tumors rarely […]

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Men’s Health Week: The Importance of Cancer Screening
Men’s Health Week: The Importance of Cancer Screening

During Men’s Health Week, it is important to educate yourself and the men in your life on the proactive steps you can take to keeping your body healthy. Cancer screening is a crucial part of maintaining your body’s health. Regular screenings can detect cancer at early stages which, in turn, may make it easier to […]

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Why Should I Enroll in a Clinical Trial?
Why Should I Enroll in a Clinical Trial?

Clinical trials are an integral part of cancer research, as today’s trials are tomorrow’s treatments. Today, May 20 th , is International Clinical Trials Day a time raise awareness about the importance of clinical trials and educate patients on what they can expect while on a study. Patients often have many questions surrounding clinical trials- […]

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Why is a Cancer Registry Important?
Why is a Cancer Registry Important?

Data from a patient’s cancer journey can provide valuable insights that can help cancer specialists determine the most effective treatments for newly diagnosed patients. Cancer registrars play an important role in capturing data that impacts cancer research and treatment programs. Because cancer is among the leading causes of death in the U.S., health systems have […]

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