Helping Kids When a Friend or Classmate Has Cancer

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Every year in the United States alone, 15,780 kids up to age 20 are diagnosed with cancer. Three-fourths of the children diagnosed each year survive, but sadly, one-fourth don’t. It can be difficult ... Read more

Dealing with Emotions After Cancer Treatment

When you have completed your treatment and your doctor says everything looks good, you will likely feel joyful, thankful and optimistic about the future. As time goes on, however, you could start to experience undesirable emotions. These feelings ... Read more

How to Choose the Right Oncologist

Coping with a cancer diagnosis is tremendously difficult. The news can bring on a whirlwind of thoughts and emotions. Once you have gotten over the initial shock, your focus shifts to fighting the disease with the best treatment ... Read more

Genetic and Environmental Factors That May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

According to the non-profit organization BreastCancer.org, the rate of breast cancer incidences in the United States has been steadily decreasing since 2000. Between 2002 and 2003, it dropped by 7%. Many experts theorize that one reason for the decline is the ... Read more

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