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Oral Cancer Linked To HPV

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States, and approximately 20 million Americans currently are infected. There are… Continue Reading

Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors

Immune checkpoint inhibitors are a new class of drugs that are used to modulate the immune system to allow lymphocytes to attack the tumor cells… Continue Reading

Shiatsu and Massage Provide Comfort During and After Cancer Treatments

Shiatsu and massage are not cancer treatments, however regular sessions over the course of treatment can provide some relief and comfort, and improve overall quality… Continue Reading

Breast Cancer Prevention

October is breast cancer prevention month so we thought we’d share some life-saving tips. There are some risk factors that you can’t prevent, such as… Continue Reading

Obesity's Link To Cancer

Seven out of 10 adult Americans are obese or overweight. Obesity, which is defined as a Body Mass Index (BMI) greater than 30 kg/m2, is… Continue Reading

Breast Cancer Reconstruction

Many plastic surgeons specialize in breast cancer reconstruction. The word “reconstruction” covers a broad range of treatments for breast cancer patients, all aimed at preserving… Continue Reading

Importance Of Exercise For Cancer Recovery

Consistent exercise can be one of the most important tools for recovering cancer patients. If you are recovering from a recent cancer diagnosis, you can… Continue Reading

Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Fight Cancer

Being told you have cancer is probably one of the scariest moments in the doctor's office. A myriad of emotions and thoughts fly through your… Continue Reading

Kidney Cancer What You Need To Know

It is estimated that there are approximately 55,000 cases of kidney cancer that are diagnosed in the United States each year and 13,000 deaths due… Continue Reading

Holistic Prevention and Treatment Of Cancer

First of all, you should always confer with your hematologist/oncologist, as they genuinely have your best interests in mind, and any decisions should always include… Continue Reading

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