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Oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology
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Summer is here!

Listen to tips on beating the heat and staying comfortable.

#cancer #summer #heat

http://bit.ly/2rvnRhz

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"I was motivated by the idea that sharing my cancer experience would help other women and their families"

Advocate, author, and cancer survivor, Andrea Hutton discusses three ways that writing about your experience supports others, and yourself.

#cancer #advocate #writing #writer #survivor

http://bit.ly/2rMgQtb

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Why does immunotherapy cause side effects? How can you manage them?

Learn more on Cancer.Net

#cancer #immunology #sideeffects

http://bit.ly/2swd7Qf

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Men's Health Week is this week!

View and share our healthy living resources with the men in your life. Share with them!

#cancer #menshealth #menshealthweek

http://bit.ly/1kIJzCK

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Did you miss all the breaking news on the latest cancer research from ASCO17?

Catch up with the Cancer.Net Blog

#ASCO17 #cancer #breakingnews

http://bit.ly/ASCO17news

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A clinical trial tested a new type of immunotherapy to treat multiple myeloma, causing a remission in most patients within the small, early study. Read more from #ASCO17 on the Cancer.Net Blog:

#cancer #immunotherapy #myeloma

http://bit.ly/ASCO17t

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How is web-based symptom tracking helping patients live longer?

More from a new #ASCO17 study on the Cancer.Net Blog

#cancer #STAR #symptoms

http://bit.ly/ASCO17q
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#ASCO17 Study: Pregnancy after breast cancer does not increase the risk of recurrence.

Read more on the Cancer.Net Blog

#cancer #breastcancer #pregnancy

http://bit.ly/ASCO17l


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Several studies from ASCO's Annual Meeting focus on better psychological support for people during and after cancer treatment, an important part of high-quality cancer care.

Get more info on the Cancer.Net Blog

#cancer #CALM #STREAM #ConquerFear #ASCO17

http://bit.ly/ASCO17i

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Breaking News from #ASCO17: A study of 491 testicular cancer survivors showed that 38% of them had a low testosterone level and were more likely to have chronic health problems.

Read more on the Cancer.Net Blog.

#cancer #testicularcancer

http://bit.ly/ASCO17f
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