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Survivors’ “Springboard Beyond Cancer” February 2, 2017 By: Judy Sarasohn, HHS (Public Affairs) How do you go on with life after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer? Do you just survive day by day—or do you live, really live? How do you set goals?...
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An increasingly common feature in the healthcare landscape, patient navigators are helping patients find their way through the complex world of cancer care. By Diana Price uzanne was 43 years old, single, and running her own business in New York City...
This year, the biggest and longest studies of mammography of all times, which followed 90,000 women for 25 years, showed that the procedure has no effect on breast cancer mortality. During the study, researchers found that the death rate was identical...
The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located at the front of your neck, sort of like an internal bowtie. Part of the endocrine system, your thyroid produces and secretes the hormones T4 and T3. These essential hormones regulate growth, development...
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