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Craig Stoltz

Craig Stoltz, Health Guide

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Health Journalist

Sen. Kennedy and the Brain Tumor: Zebras, Not Horses

A well-worn phrase in the world of medicine is, "When you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras." The idea is that when you're trying to make a diagnosis, focus first on the most likely possibilities, not the rare and exotic (and often more fearsome) ones.

 

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Doug  Haberstroh

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Breast Cancer Husband

Keri's Metastatic Breast Cancer Story Comes to an End

A Note from Doug Haberstroh: This will be the last entry. Keri's struggle ceased. Her love, her memory, her being will live on forever in me, our families, and our friends. Her life was too short, and if I could have changed places with her I would have. If meaning I had to do it all over again just for one more minute... Read moreChevron
Michelle Kung

Michelle Kung, Health Guide

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Entertainment Journalist

Chemo Style on the Big Screen: Top 10 Picks for Cancer Movies

From Ali McGraw's unapologizing romantic in "Love Story" to Debra Winger's wise-cracking daughter and mother of... Read moreChevron

Jeannette Vagnozzi

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Writer, Professor

New Research Questions Taxol's Efficacy for Common Breast Cancer

After enduring four grueling rounds of Taxol during my chemotherapy treatments, imagine my disappointment upon learning that it may have all been for naught.

 

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Tom Brown

Tom Brown, Health Guide

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Breast Cancer Husband, Author

The Shock of Diagnosis and Stress of Fighting Breast Cancer: A Husband's Emotional Response

"The tumor is malignant..."

 

"You have breast cancer..."

 

"I am sorry but..." Whatever the phrase that was used to tell your loved one that she has breast cancer, it is a tremendous shock. Both the patient and the caregiver will have all sorts of emotional reactions throughout... Read moreChevron

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