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Coping with Cancer During the Holidays

 

 

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Understanding How Cancer Spreads and How It May Be Stopped

 

In a special issue of Science magazine, published last month, the latest findings on how cancer cells metastasize from primary to distant sites are highlighted in a number of reviews and perspective articles that outline the latest advances in understanding the process of metastasis, and also how it could be stopped.  The articles covered how […]

 

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Patient Education: Cancer.net Launches New Clinical Trial Tool

 

Cancer.net, the website of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), recently announced that it is now providing free access to a new educational program that helps patients and their caregivers learn about clinical trials. The video-based tool is called Preparatory Education About Clinical Trials (PRE-ACT) and is designed to improve patients’ general knowledge and […]

 

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Maintaining Quality of Life During Cancer Treatment

 

Whether it’s you or a loved one facing a cancer diagnosis, making a treatment decision can feel like an overwhelming experience. While eradicating or controlling the disease is a main priority, other factors such as maintaining quality of life during and after treatment may also be a concern for some patients. Depending on the diagnosis, […]

 

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Breast Cancer Awareness: Treatment Options When Breast Cancer Spreads

 

As the second-most diagnosed cancer in women in the U.S., it’s tough to find someone who hasn’t been impacted by breast cancer in some way. The American Cancer Society estimates 230,480 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer this year. When breast cancer is discovered after it starts causing symptoms, the cancer is likely […]

 

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Oklahoma CyberKnife Highlights Healthy Living for National Cancer Control Month

 

In support of April as Cancer Control Month, Oklahoma CyberKnife is encouraging residents to use a proactive approach to a healthy lifestyle.

Cancer Control Month highlights the progress in fighting cancer and increases awareness of who is at risk. The initiatives of Cancer Control Month seek to encourage healthy lifestyles, promote cancer screening, increase access to quality cancer care, and improve quality of life for cancer survivors.Ê

 

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