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Oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology
Oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology

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In today's blog post, Dr. Claudine Isaacs outlines the benefits and limitations of genetic testing for cancer:

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In our final 2 podcasts of this summertime podcast series, Cancer.Net Associate Editors Jyoti Patel, MD, and Ryan Sullivan, MD, outline promising new treatments for lung cancer and melanoma.

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"Now scientists understand that ovarian, fallopian tube, and peritoneal cancer are all closely linked..." -- Learn much more about the research landscape for gynecologic cancers, in this new podcast for patients from Cancer.Net Associate Editor Jonathan Berek, MD, MMS. bit.ly/2cCJcPk 

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New! Research highlights for patients and family caregivers about palliative care. 

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"Doctors and cancer patients and survivors need to engage in a productive dialogue at every visit to uncover any causes or contributors to pain... Then, they may come up with solutions" -- from Dr. Lidia Schapira's new blogpost on cancer pain today:

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Sexual health is an important part of a patient's cancer care. For men diagnosed with prostate cancer:

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Learn more about 2 treatment options for some men with prostate cancer, from an expert pathologist in the field:

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Practical tips on talking with the health care team after a cancer diagnosis - A short video with survivors and doctors:

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In this new podcast for patients, experts talk about cancer care for older adults, including the latest recent research:

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“It takes more than a temporary distraction to help us recalibrate and feel calm and strong, yet it takes enormous strength and courage to fully engage in fighting disease or to provide support for a loved one who is ill.” Dr. Lidia Schapira
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