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What Are The Risk Factors For Bile Duct Cancer?

Learn about the common risk factors for bile duct cancer.
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prostate-cancer

7 Symptoms of Advanced Prostate Cancer and How to Manage Them

Learn about the symptoms of advanced prostate cancer and discover the best ways to manage them.
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colon-cancer

7 Ways to Prevent Colon Cancer

Discover 7 ways to prevent colon cancer and improve your overall health.
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liver-cancer

Signs and Symptoms of Liver Cancer

Learn about early and late liver cancer symptoms to increase the chance of successful treatment.
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lung-cancer

What Are the Environmental Causes of Lung Cancer?

Learn about the environmental causes of lung cancer.
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lung-cancer

Understanding The Signs And Symptoms Of Lung Cancer

Learn about the early warning signs and symptoms of lung cancer.
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breast-cancer

Challenging the Guidelines

Caleen Allen of Sisters Network talks about potential changes to breast cancer screening that could be especially beneficial to Black women.
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breast-cancer

Creating a Community That Was Needed

Karen Eubanks Jackson shares how a lack of support for Black women with breast cancer inspired her to found Sisters Network.
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breast-cancer

A Breast Cancer Crisis in the Black Community

Caleen Allen of Sisters Network explains why describing breast cancer as a crisis for Black women is not an exaggeration — it’s a hard truth.
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breast-cancer

Breast Cancer in the Black Community

Karen Eubanks Jackson created Sisters Network Inc, the only national breast cancer organization dedicated to Black and African American women.
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breast-cancer

Difficult Conversations in the Black Community

Karen Eubanks Jackson, Sisters Network founder, identifies common emotions felt by Black women with breast cancer. Find out what they are.
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breast-cancer

Is a Mastectomy Always Needed When You Have Breast Cancer?

For some, a mastectomy is the only choice, but is that true in all cases? Breast surgical oncologist Ryland Gore, MD, explains.
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breast-cancer

Why Do Black Women Have Higher Rates of Dying From Breast Cancer?

The risk is 40 percent higher than other races and ethnicities, according to the American Cancer Society. Discover why.
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breast-cancer

Is the Prognosis Improving for People With Metastatic Breast Cancer?

Learn how advancements in breast cancer research may point to a more positive prognosis, with insights from Ryland Gore, MD.
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Women Diagnosed With Early Breast Cancer

A Not-Unexpected Breast Cancer Diagnosis: When Cancer Runs in the Family

Thanks to a deep family history of cancer, Shirley assumed she’d face the disease someday, too. What she didn’t expect: a breast cancer diagnosis when she was only 40.
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ovarian-cancer

7 Risk Factors For Ovarian Cancer

Age, family history and genetic mutations are only a few of the risk factors for ovarian cancer.
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cancer

The Three Most Common Cancer Treatments

Cancer treatment can vary depending on the cancers type and stage. These treatments are the most common across all cases.
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prostate-cancer

5 Ways to Boost Your Quality of Life During Prostate Cancer Treatment

Cancer treatment can take its toll physically, emotionally and mentally. Here are a few ways to boost your quality of life if you are going through treatment for prostate cancer.
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cancer

Holly Rowe-Working Throughout Cancer Treatment

ESPN sports journalist Holly Rowe worked throughout her treatment for stage 3 desmoplastic melanoma. Here she discusses that process and motivation.
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skin-cancer

Holly Rowe-Sun Safety and Melanoma

After being diagnosed with stage 3 desmoplastic melanoma, ESPN sports reporter became committed to educating people about the dangers on excessive sun exposure.
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breast-cancer

Holly Rowe-How To Support a Loved One With Cancer

When sports reporter Holly Rowe was diagnosed with stage 3 desmoplastic melanoma, she learned that it is often "too much" for loved ones, and they don't know how give support.
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cancer

Holly Rowe-Dealing With a Cancer Diagnosis as a Parent

Parenting is hard. Parenting with stage 3 cancer is harder. Sports journalist Holly Rowes discusses her journey as a single mom with desmoplastic melanoma.
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skin-cancer

Holly Rowe-Desmoplastic Melanoma Diagnosis

ESPN sports journalist Holly Rowe discuss her diagnosis of stage 3 desmoplastic skin cancer.
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cancer

Condition Kitchen: 3 Easy, Go-To Recipes for People Being Treated for or Recovering from Cancer

Try these nutritious, doctor-approved, easy-to-do recipes for beginner chefs living with cancer. Plant-based recipes include a breakfast and two healthy soups.
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breast-cancer

Feel for Yourself

Anne Peled, MD, and Ziv Peled, MD, pioneered a sensation-preservation mastectomy technique that has improved quality of life for those affected by breast cancer. Watch this incredible, personal story, recently recognized as a Webby Award Honoree. 
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cancer

Is It Healthy to Nap?

Yes, but follow these tips from Alex Dimitriu, MD, a Menlo Park, California–based psychiatrist and sleep medicine physician, so they don’t mess with sleep at night!
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