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Protecting patients from heart damage during cancer treatment is the focus of a new field of study called cardio-oncology. Find out how doctors are working together to reduce the risk of damage to the heart. https://ctcaho.pe/2qSfKsz
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Ever wonder how cancer is diagnosed? Find out how one specialized physician helps make that determination and learn which medical terms patients need to look for in a pathology report. https://ctcaho.pe/2H8rjH0
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Help protect your health by reducing exposure to these 7 common environmental risk factors. https://ctcaho.pe/2ER25a1
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Some cancer patients find that choosing a stylish wig offers comfort and relief. For tips on wig care, visit: https://ctcaho.pe/2JPKdjx
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Mollie Diggs has survived five recurrences with breast cancer. She says having one key piece of information was a game-changer: understanding the hormone receptor status of her breast cancer. Learn why hormone-blocking targeted therapies are considered some of the biggest advancements in breast cancer treatment. https://ctcaho.pe/2GZciqY
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“Often patients don’t want to burden family or caregivers. A support group provides a pathway for a patient to not only share their feelings but also to gain a sense of support from others facing similar situations,” says Elaine Smith, MS, LMFT, Mind-Body Therapist at CTCA near Atlanta. https://ctcaho.pe/2IKcGWD
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Researchers have found that, in rare instances, radiation treatments boost the immune system’s ability to fight cancer, even in areas of the body that don’t receive radiation. Learn what experts are saying about how this discovery may help more cancer patients. https://ctcaho.pe/2GSjPnk
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For some cancer patients, exercise may help reduce fatigue, increase energy and offset other side effects of treatment. https://ctcaho.pe/2qjXQiH
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Some patients with hormone receptor-positive and HER2-negative metastatic breast cancer may be able to postpone chemotherapy for more than two years. Learn more about how a new class of drugs may make this possible. https://ctcaho.pe/2IyZQKT
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Many factors contribute to sleep problems for cancer patients. Here are 5 tips for getting a better night’s sleep: https://ctcaho.pe/2ElhSO9
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