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Cancer cells are smart and can become resistant to certain treatments; as scientists and oncology specialists learn more about these and other behaviors, they have developed a new generation of tools called precision medicine designed to counteract those actions. http://ctcaho.pe/2gQXLkb
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Busting the myths and falsehoods of cancer may help lead to a better, healthier understanding of cancer and its impact. http://ctcaho.pe/2tG40Zf
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“I plan to enjoy my new normal and spend my time wisely,” Dan Cuccherini on his new outlook on life after his colon cancer diagnosis. http://ctcaho.pe/2tmo2gm
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Nearly 70 percent of Americans take dietary supplements. Here are the top 3 supplements that may benefit overall health. http://ctcaho.pe/2uuXEAh 
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Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States and treatments and prognoses vary greatly, depending on the affected cells. http://ctcaho.pe/2tirGmd
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This colorful and flavorful casserole is an easy-to-make light veggie entrée: http://ctcaho.pe/2uihOOE
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Skin cancer can hide on areas of the body that don’t get much sun exposure. Be sure to get a yearly skin exam by a physician, especially if you are at high risk for skin cancer. http://ctcaho.pe/2u4gaPR 
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Targeted therapy for lung cancer, seeks out cancer cells specifically, which may lead to fewer side effects. http://ctcaho.pe/2sWkW2r 
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Decreasing exposure to UV light is the most important step to take to reduce the risk of developing skin cancer, including melanoma. To learn more about skin cancer risk factors and prevention, visit: http://ctcaho.pe/2tXGv1D 
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About one out of every five breast cancers are HER2 positive. Learn more about HER2 and the advances in the treatment of this subtype: http://ctcaho.pe/2tUgXCJ
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