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Returning to work during cancer treatment is different for everyone. But there are things you can do to help better manage your time and work. [Read More]
Learn about the American Cancer Society and its mission to free the world from cancer. Discover volunteer, research and support in your local area. [Read More]
If you're younger than 50, it's possible you haven't thought much about getting colorectal cancer. But emerging evidence shows that you should start paying attention. [Read More]
Nuestro equipo de periodismo profesional pone a su disposición diversos artículos relacionados al cáncer desde todos los ángulos. [Read More]
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Genetic testing is an important tool in making breast cancer treatment decisions, and it's more widely available today than ever before. But many women are... [Read More]
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The US and Drug Administration (FDA) this week convened a panel of outside experts to weigh in on the readiness of a first-of-its-kind cancer treatment... [Read More]
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Warmer temperatures help bacteria grow, so it's more important than ever to practice food safety during the hot summer months. [Read More]
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It's not uncommon to find a headline promising exciting news about cancer or another medical condition. Asking these 4 questions can help you better judge... [Read More]
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The viruses, fungi, and bacteria on your skin could provide clues for skin cancer development and treatment. [Read More]
Supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbs, protein powders, botanicals, and other extracts. Some manufacturers use the term "all natural" to describe supplements made from plant material.... [Read More]
Learn about the American Cancer Society and its mission to free the world from cancer. Discover volunteer, research and support in your local area. [Read More]
When you're dealing with cancer or another serious health issue, choosing a treatment plan can seem overwhelming. One way to make sure you're learning about... [Read More]
Researchers from several US cancer centers have found that patients who used an online tool to report symptoms to their cancer care team lived an... [Read More]
With more than 15.5 million cancer survivors alive today in the US, chances are that you or someone you know has faced cancer. [Read More]
About 1 in 5 cancer diagnoses in the US is for a rare cancer, according to a report prepared by American Cancer Society researchers. [Read More]
When Bryant Wieneke started feeling "funky" in April 2016, he figured it was just part of getting older. A urine test revealed abnormal cells,... [Read More]
Increased physical activity was associated with a decreased risk of 13 types of cancer, according to research from the American Cancer Society and National Cancer... [Read More]
Benzene is a colorless, flammable liquid with a sweet odor. Learn what we know about benzene and cancer risk. [Read More]
Skin cancer is by far the most common type of cancer. If you know what to look for, you can spot warning signs of skin... [Read More]
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