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Breast cancer risk

May 6, 2021

6 FAQs about risk assessment and genetic testing for breast cancer

While no one can predict who will get breast cancer and when, there are risk factors for many women that are easy to assess, then address.

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Lung nodules

May 5, 2021

When to worry about lung nodules and how to find the answers you need

If you've been told you have a lung nodule, you're probably worried and you probably have questions. Here's how to find the answers you need.

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Skin cancer

May 4, 2021

5 surprising spots where skin cancers may hide

Some skin cancers may occur anywhere on the body and show up in a variety of ways.

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Staying safe

April 29, 2021

Cancer treatment: 5 common health and safety risks

It’s important to be educated about health and safety risks that could cause delays to your treatment and affect your quality of life.

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Self image

April 27, 2021

Taking control of your body image after cancer

More than half of all cancer patients struggle with body image at some point in their cancer journey.

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Genetics and genomics

April 22, 2021

Using DNA sequencing to uncover more inherited cancer mutations

Scientists are expanding use of genomic testing to also detect potentially inherited DNA mutations, an effort that may lead to additional treatment options for the patients being tested.

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CRISPR

April 20, 2021

Does the DNA editing tool CRISPR have a future in cancer treatment?

Scientists are studying new ways to use DNA in the medical care setting, exploring a state-of-the-art gene-editing tool called CRISPR.

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Immunotherapy for breast cancer

April 15, 2021

Immunotherapy gaining traction as a treatment for breast cancer

While immunotherapy has become a promising treatment against many cancers, it’s only recently gained traction in fighting breast cancer.

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Prostate cancer

April 13, 2021

Having prostate cancer doesn’t mean your sex life is over

There may be options for prostate cancer patients and survivors to help them preserve or regain sexual function during and after treatment.

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