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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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Head and neck cancer

April 20, 2022

Patients have options to restore their voice after head and neck cancer treatment

For patients with head and neck cancers, cancer symptoms and treatment side effects often complicate two innate tasks that are usually taken for granted—speaking and swallowing.

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Spiritual support

March 30, 2022

Why me? Addressing spiritual distress during a cancer journey

If you find that you’re unable to work through questions about your cancer diagnosis, or anxiety about them is disrupting your life, you may be experiencing spiritual distress.

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Dr. Daniel Liu

September 27, 2021

Unsatisfied with your breast reconstruction? Corrective surgery may be an option for you

Many issues that cause patients to be unsatisfied with their breast reconstruction results after mastectomy may be improved with corrective reconstructive surgery.

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Palliative care

September 15, 2021

Palliative care: It’s probably not what you think it is

Palliative care is an umbrella term for treatments designed to improve quality of life and relieve symptoms and side effects caused by a serious illness, including cancer.

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Depression

August 5, 2021

Behavioral health during cancer treatment: What is it? How does it help?

Many hospitals and treatment centers now offer behavioral health care, which helps patients take charge of their emotional health.

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Cancer fatigue

June 7, 2021

What causes cancer fatigue (and what to do about it)

Cancer fatigue is tough to deal with. Read about some of the most common causes and what to do about them.

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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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COVID in cancer survivors

April 1, 2021

Study: Cancer survivors, not just current patients, are at high risk of COVID-19 symptoms

Research indicates that, compared to those who have never been diagnosed with cancer, long-term cancer survivors are at higher risk of developing severe symptoms from COVID-19.

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