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$2.5M grant to help UA find ways to ease distress of cancer patients, caregivers

The University of Arizona College of Nursing will spend the next four years and a $2.5 million National Cancer Institute grant investigating ways to ease the psychological distress ... patients and ... read more

How to Find a Good Fertility Clinic

"Those patients ... to help you conceive, experts suggest these eight strategies to improve your odds of a good outcome: 2. Trust your instincts. When you're considering a fertility clinic, keep in ... read more

We're not ready for silver tsunami of elderly with cancer

In fact, research suggests that caregivers and family members often report higher levels of distress than does the individual with cancer ... find ways to quickly conduct meaningful and targeted ... read more

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Spire’s Health Tag: CEO Interview and Product Review

We’ve recently been awarded a grant ... Tags can help treat anxiety in substance abuse patients. Additionally, we recently announced a research grant from the BARDA division of the Department of ... read more


University of Arizona professor using physics background to research cancer

From black holes to cancer, Megha Padi tackles some of the most vexing problems ... “We think network analysis will help us choose more effective treatments which are personalized to each patient’s ... read more

End of life care: doctors, machines and technology can keep us alive, but why?

He witnessed patients dying of lung cancer who suddenly began coughing up blood, drowning before they could be injected with morphine to relieve their distress ... Trying to find a way to tell ... read more

Government Failure to Provide Palliative Care for Children in Kenya

Doctor treating children with cancer ... at low cost, palliative care for children means much more than morphine. It should include age-appropriate counseling for anxiety and other common ... read more

Terminally Ill Patients Don’t Use Aid-In-Dying Laws To Relieve Pain

Mary Klein, 68, with her wife, Stella Dawson, 62, at their home in Washington, D.C., Klein has advanced ovarian cancer ... 24 hours a day to help patients in pain, Byock said. Palliative care and ... read more

Coping With Different Types of Depression

Generally, these medications don't have severe side effects, though some may cause headaches, stomach distress and a loss of libido in some patients, Peeples says ... "While these (types of foods) can ... read more

Alabama’s Failure to Prevent Cervical Cancer Death in the Black Belt

Yet about 4,200 women in the US will ... after the last grant cycle ended. A skeletal network of community health advisors continued in 7 of the original 22 counties with the help of state funds ... read more



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