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Living With Cancer: Alone and Ghosted

Susan Gubar writes about life with ovarian cancer. When my husband, incapacitated by knee surgery, was placed in a rehabilitation facility, I lost my caregiver. Don can no longer drive me to the cance... read more

A Friend In Need: Cancer And The Vanishing Friends

A short paragraph from the essay “Living With Cancer: Alone And Ghosted” by Susan Gubar (NYT August 6th), made me think about expectations from friends: “I depend on a circle of wonderful friends to w... read more

Research on Lodonal (“LDN”) for HIV-related GI complications, and Inflammation featured in A&U Magazine

The author goes on to say; “Lodonal is hopefully the first in a line of new therapies needed for people living with HIV and ... and inflammatory disease and cancer and infectious diseases. read more

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Gregg Leakes Takes a Stand Against Cancer with a Charitable Website

That’s why, I’m personally encouraging ALL men especially, to put aside the false understanding of taking regular cancer prevention exams ... If you have this disease, you are NEVER alone ... s to our ... read more

The woman who volunteered to have her body frozen and 'milled' into 27,000 hair-thin slices to become a 'digital cadaver' for science - and even asked to see the saw that would ...

Sue was alone. Health-wise, she'd endured plenty in her seven decades. Sue had diabetes, she'd had melanoma, a brush with breast cancer, and various surgeries under her belt. In 2000, when she thought ... read more

Number of working age people living with cancer shoots up 10% in five years

Too many cancer patients left in the dark about employer’s legal obligations, leading charity warns: The number of working age people living with cancer in the ... that employers cannot face this chal... read more

Hate Amazon? Try Living Without It

In 2018 alone, my family has spent nearly $7,000 on Amazon ... Last year, just before her 60th birthday, she found out she had breast cancer. The chemo wreaked havoc on her immune system, and she took ... read more

Empowerment through Positivity: The Journey of Two People with Brain Cancer

(BPT) - Pat Ponticelli is a 61-year-old retired registered dietitian living in Massachusetts and George “GJ ... they both are facing glioblastoma (GBM), a rare and aggressive type of brain cancer. Bot... read more

Global Metastatic Cancer Drug Treatment Market, Dosage, Price and Clinical Pipeline Outlook 2024

For instance, re-occurrence of Breast cancer or metastasis of Breast Cancer to lungs is not called Lung cancer but is known and treated as stage-IV breast cancer. In 2017, 600920 deaths occurred due t... read more

FDA Approves New Cancer Drugs from Pfizer and Loxo Oncology

In adults, abnormal activation of this pathway is thought to contribute to the development and persistence of cancer stem cells ... our commitment to delivering new medicines to patients living with s... read more

Living With Cancer: A Broken Covenant With Patients

Susan Gubar writes about life with ovarian cancer. As a cancer patient whose life has been miraculously ... So I remain fervent in my support of clinical trials. I am not alone among such supporters i... read more

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