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3 Reasons to Join a Cancer Support Group After Diagnosis

If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer, one thing that many cancer patients find very helpful is joining a support group.  A cancer diagnosis can be a lot to take in, and even beyond the diagnosis, the day-to-day of more »

What You Should Eat During Cancer Treatment

When you are going through cancer treatment all focus should be on keeping your body as healthy as possible.  Cancer treatment attacks cells in your body so that it can rid it of cancer.  While that is necessary, it can more »

Does An Abnormal Pap Smear Mean You Have Cancer?

Every woman who goes for the annual gynecological exam gets a pap smear as part of a standard protocol to maintain optimal health.  A pap smear is a quick procedure in which a sample of cells are collected from the more »

3 Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer can be a sensitive topic of discussion but it is important to know the symptoms so that you can be aware and vigilant.  According to the American Cancer Society, in 2016 just in the United States approximately “8,720 more »

Introduction to Colon Cancer

Colon cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, is a form of cancer that is the second leading cancer killer among men and women in the United States.  Colon cancer has some common warning signs and symptoms that may be concerning more »

5 Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Month after month we raise awareness for a different kind of cancer.  And it seems like we are frequently learning of a friend or loved one who has recently been diagnosed with cancer.  Cancer seems to be everywhere and it more »

Are E-Cigarette’s Putting You At High Risk of Cancer?

E-cigarettes, the tobacco cigarette alternative that was supposed to be a healthier and not cause cancer.  New reports are showing that, in fact, e-cigarettes are not the cancer risk-free alternative many smokers were looking for.  Medical News Today explains how more »

Breakthroughs in Lung Cancer Therapy

Lung cancer is the most deadly cancer among men and women in the United States as well as internationally.  The American Lung Association discusses how many people get lung cancer and why it is such a big concern and, that, more »

How Long Does Chemotherapy Stay in the Body and What Are Long Term Effects?

When you are undergoing cancer treatment your physician will discuss with you possible treatment options and what the short-term and long-term side effects are.  Unfortunately, the very treatments that will help you beat cancer have potential side effects that may more »

An Introduction to Blood Cancers

As with any form of cancer, with blood cancer, it is important to know what potential symptoms or warning signs might be and be vigilant about seeing a physician should any arise.  Some cancer symptoms are more common and well-known more »

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