Spring / 2014

Research Reveals New Frontiers in Lung Cancer

BY HEATHER L. VAN EPPS, PHD

Focusing on screening and genetic clues, progress in lung cancer shifts forward.

ARTICLE EXTRAS Taking Immune Action Against Lung Cancer View Illustration: A Closer Look at Lung Cancer

Biomarkers Help Patients Make Better Medical Decisions

BY LAURA BEIL

The information gleaned from cancer biomarkers can be both a treasure chest and a Pandora’s box.

ARTICLE EXTRAS
Taking It Personally

National Guidelines Aim to Make Life Better After Cancer

BY KATY HUMAN

Experts weigh in on developing standards for cancer survivorship care.

ARTICLE EXTRAS
How Survivors Can Take Action
New Requirements for Patients and Survivors Needs

Breaking News

Research Updates

BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

Updates from ASCO's Genitourinary Cancers Symposium.

First Line

People, News & Events

EDITED BY ELIZABETH WHITTINGTON

Legislative Watch / People Report / The Place To Be / Prevention / House Call / Childhood Cancer / Integrative Medicine / On The Web / Bookshelf

Diagnosis Cancer

Disclosing a Cancer Diagnosis Takes Time and Tact

BY DON VAUGHAN

Who to tell, when to tell and how to answer all those questions about your cancer.

Finding Hope

Making the Most Out of Your Patient Portal

BY CHARLOTTE HUFF

Online access to your medical records can be a valuable asset, but shouldn't replace doctor-patient communication.

Healing Well

Calming Chronic Inflammation

BY ERIK NESS

Inflammation is the body’s approach to defense and repair, but too much of it could inadvertently aid and abet the cancer.

Caregivers' Corner

For Many, Caregiving Leads to Advocacy

BY JANE HILL

Whether it is on the national stage or a local support group, advocacy after caregiving can be a rewarding experience.






                
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