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Breast Cancer Genetic Testing

Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

Claudine J. Isaacs, MD, says genetic testing for breast cancer has the potential to increase the health and longevity of women and men around the country.

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The Benefits of Minimally Invasive Surgical Options for Lung Cancer

How is a minimally invasive approach different from traditional lung cancer surgery? And what benefits are patients seeing, as a result?

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Minimally Invasive Surgical Options for Esophageal Cancer

While the treatment for esophageal cancer has changed drastically over the decades, recent trends have seen the treatment options shift from highly invasive and destructive procedures to more minimally invasive procedures designed to uphold the patient's health and well-being throughout treatment.

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Pre-Pectoral Breast Reconstruction for Breast Cancer

What You Should Know About Pre-Pectoral Breast Reconstruction

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, your thoughts might jump ahead to the possibility of needing a mastectomy and/or breast reconstruction, as part of your treatment. But just as each cancer is unique, so are your breasts.

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Lung Cancer Targeted Therapies

Targeted Therapies for Specific Types of Lung Cancer

For some people who have lung cancer, immunotherapy can be an effective tool because it relies on the body's immune system to eliminate cancer cells. Targeted therapies, on the other hand, do not directly affect the immune system; instead, they directly attack specific cancerous cells.

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Immunotherapy and Lung Cancer

Immunotherapy and Its Evolving Role with Lung Cancer Treatment

Immunotherapy is a promising treatment for lung cancer. The concept isn’t new. Since the 1970s, doctors have turned to medicine as a tool to stimulate the immune system’s defensive response to cancer.

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Pancreatic Cancer Treatment Options

Why Is Pancreatic Cancer So Deadly and What Are the Treatment Options?

Nearly 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with cancer of the pancreas each year. In the vast majority of these cases — approximately 95 percent — patients have one specific type of cancer: adenocarcinoma of the pancreas.

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Breast Cancer Nutrition Tips

Breast Cancer Nutrition Tips: How to Eat Well During Treatment

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, your diet may be the last thing on your mind right now. But it’s very important to focus on this aspect of your health.

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Diagnosed with Cancer

I’ve Been Diagnosed with Cancer, What Questions Should I Ask My Doctors?

By Joanne Assarsson, LICSW, Leonard Ellentuck, LICSW and Cheryl Hughes, LICSW.

At every stage in your journey with cancer, you are likely to have uncertainties or worries. Your doctor can help to allay some of these fears and let you know the impact that cancer treatment may have
on your life.

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Breast Cancer Survivor

I’m a Breast Cancer Survivor, How Can I Reduce My Risk of Future Cancers?

When you’ve been through breast cancer and have weathered the storm of diagnosis and treatment, it’s normal to want nothing more than to climb back ashore and reclaim your former life.

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