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Alcohol and cancer

June 22, 2022

Does alcohol cause cancer?

Leading cancer organizations say there’s no amount of alcohol that’s safe to drink without increasing cancer risk.

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Stomach Cancer

June 15, 2022

Country music star’s diagnosis shines spotlight on stomach cancer

Little is known about Toby Keith’s specific case, but his diagnosis offers a glimpse into the treatment options available to most stomach cancer patients.

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Leukemia

June 8, 2022

Explaining the alphabet soup of leukemia types

Leukemia is the 11th most common cancer diagnosed in the United States, but it’s not always fully understood.

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Dr. Jason Beland

June 1, 2022

New imaging agent helps doctors hunt down metastatic prostate cancer

This new advance is pushing science forward as researchers look for new ways to identify and treat metastatic cancer.

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Kelli and Martin B.

May 25, 2022

How a new bride became a caregiver during her husband’s cancer journey

When a partner is diagnosed with cancer, the other partner becomes so much more: secretary and scheduler, health care advocate, nurse, chauffeur—in other words, caregiver.

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From belly to brain

May 18, 2022

From the belly to the brain: How your gut plays a role in ‘chemo brain’ symptoms

The bacteria that swim in your colon may be altered in ways that impair your memory or thinking abilities, make you depressed or cause insomnia.

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Lung cancer

May 11, 2022

Why are patients with lung cancer living longer?

After decades of relatively unchanging lung cancer survival rates, researchers are now reporting promising trends at every stage of the disease.

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HIPEC

May 4, 2022

Is HIPEC a viable treatment option for ovarian cancer?

HIPEC may be of benefit to some patients with ovarian cancer, but the studies conducted so far have been lacking in critical areas to support that conclusion.

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Lung cancer

April 27, 2022

Why are lung cancer rates rising in people who’ve never smoked?

For several decades, scientists have been vexed by a confounding trend: the increase in the number of lung cancer diagnoses in people who never smoked.

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