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Nanotechnology in Cancer and Medicine
Nanotechnology is technology that reduces particles to microscopic size to alter, change or even build a structure. It is advancing at a rapid speed and is being used in medicine to treat cancer. Click to read more!
Brain Tumors - Children
Brain tumors can be a challenge to treat in anyone. In children they can be a special challenge because children are still growing physically. In this article I focus on Neuroblastoma, which affects children age two and under. Click for more!
Quality of Life at End-of-Life
A quality end-of-life is important to anyone. And as much as we try to lower the risks for getting cancer, still many die from it every day. The most important thing is to make sure a person's end of life is the way they want it. Click to learn more.
The SCAR Project - Dual Exhibition
Photographer David Jay is still bringing awareness to breast cancer. When I thought it couldn't get any more emotional, now included is a second exhibit, The Alabama Project: The Civil Rights of Health Care which premiered at UAB Arts Gallery in Birmingham, Alabama. Click for more!
Cancer-brain - The New Chemo Brain
Chemo Brain has been the term used for years to define cognitive and mental dysfunction in those who have had chemotherapy. Now there's a new kid on the block whose name is Cancer-brain. Click to find out more about this newcomer!
Cancer Immunity Disorders - Flu and Sepsis
Cancer patients and survivors often suffer from weakened immune systems. This sometimes triggers illnesses such as Influenza (flu) or Sepsis (blood poisoning) Some symptoms are similar, but they are very different. Click to learn more!
Leukemia - Cancer of the Blood
Leukemia is cancer of the blood. In the United States 1 out of 800 will be diagnosed this year. Click to learn more about the symptoms and treatments for this disease.
New Cancer Treatments and DNA
New cancer treatments are emerging as researchers are finding inroads through genomics, enabling physicians to treat certain cancers at the cellular level. Read on to find out what’s in the news!
The Hellway of Transition
Cancer surgery is traumatic and it usually causes changes in the body that lasts for a lifetime. Even though change is inevitable, navigating through it is possible. Click to read more!
Cancer Diagnosis - Tips on How to Help
You feel helpless when you hear someone you know has cancer. What do you do? Read on to find out some great common sense tips and information to help someone fair better in the beginning! The rewards will pay off for them and you!
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