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Once there has been a diagnosis of breast cancer, the risk of recurrence is never zero.

Dr. Crystal Moore of the College of American Pathologists explains the complex reasons behind why many women experience a late recurrence.

#cancer #breastcancer #recurrence


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In this patient education video, Dr. Jorge A. Garcia of +Cleveland Clinic gives an introductory explanation about prostate cancer, its treatment, and advanced research and treatment options.

#cancer #treatment #prostatecancer

http://bit.ly/2qhPRzS
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Siblings of a child with cancer face their own challenges.

Read these 3 steps for advice on meeting their needs.

#cancer #yacancer #siblingswithcancer


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Breaking news about the latest research released today ahead of the ASCO 2017 Annual Meeting via the Cancer.Net Blog.

#cancer #ASCO17 #breakingnews


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Genetic testing will allow you to learn if you have genetic mutations currently known to be linked to hereditary cancer risk.

Learn more about the role of genetic counseling in cancer care with certified genetic counselor and co-manager of the Cancer Genetics Program at +Inova Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax, Virginia, Tiffani DeMarco.

#cancer #genetictesting #INOVA

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What is art therapy? How does an art therapist fit into your medical team?

Michelle Itczak of Cancer Support Community Central Indiana shares insight on how art therapy can help people with cancer.

#arttherapy #cancer #therapy



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It’s never easy to hear “you have cancer,” and it’s even harder to hear it when a diagnosis comes when you are supposed to be enjoying the benefits of youth and good health.

Cancer.Net Editor-In-Chief, Dr. Lidia Schapira discusses challenges faced by young adults with cancer.

#yacancer #youngadultcancer #cancer

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Unlike medicine, blood products cannot be made in a laboratory.
Learn more about why blood and platelet donation is important, and how you can help.

#BloodDonation #Donate #PlateletDonation

http://bit.ly/2mjrGCu
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Get comprehensive, oncologist-approved information and helpful tools at your fingertips, anytime. Download the latest version of the Cancer.Net Mobile app.

#cancer #mobile #info

Click here to visit our mobile apps page: http://bit.ly/1iGot79

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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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