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Patti was faced with a seemingly impossible decision: live in fear or live for right now. She chose today. What would you do?
Adjust to life after cancer by following these tips for learning from your experience, embracing gratitude, and offering your support to others.
Take this test to learn about areas in your life — like nutrition, stress and side-effect management, and more — where you may need extra support.
Do you know someone with arthritis, breast cancer, or heart disease who's trying to stay in shape? Try these great illness-specific gift suggestions.
Establish what kind of doctor you want, check your insurance to ensure they’re covered, and other tips on finding the best oncologist for you.
Heading to the beach, the city, or flying after cancer? What you need to know right now.
Is it troubling to call war hero John McCain's cancer experience a "battle" or a "fight"? What's the right way to talk about cancer?
About 1 percent of breast cancer patients are men, but where do they turn for support? These organizations are helping men know they're not alone.
Be a smart health news consumer by learning how to spot anecdotal evidence and over-the-top claims in the health news headlines you see every day.
Nerve damage caused by chemotherapy is a common problem for cancer patients. One analysis of 31 studies found that almost 70 percent of chemotherapy patients will experience chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) during treatment with abou...