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Errors in diagnosis are all too common—that’s why it's important to learn how to advocate for yourself in the doctor’s office. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
If you're a patient advocate planning to bring your message of awareness to Capitol Hill, these 7 tips can help you prepare for your trip to Washington D.C.
Annie Schreiber was amazed by the support she and her family recieved while she was undergoing treatment for stage 3 rectal cancer.
Cancer treatments can lead to heart problems or complications. Learn more about steps you can take to decrease your cardiac risks after treatment.
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.
“Thomas Hodgkin’s life continues to serve as a beacon for social justice and human rights applicable to physicians and lay persons alike.”
HealthCentral talks to "e-Patient Dave," an advocate who empowers people with medical conditions to become active in their healthcare.
Paul Kraus talks with HealthCentral about living with mesothelioma, an asbestos-related cancer, for more than 20 years.