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The Best Diet To Reduce Cancer Risk, According To This Oncologist

From Yahoo! News: Cancer is a very scary topic, and unfortunately, almost all of us are affected by the disease in some way, whether we know someone who has or had it, or we’ve faced it ourselves. “Eating healthy and making right lifestyle choices can reduce the risk of cancer,” says Adil Akhtar, MD, chief ... Read moreThe Best Diet To Reduce Cancer Risk, According To This Oncologist

Woman Gave Boyfriend An ‘Out’ After Cancer Diagnosis, They’re Now Married

From ABC News: In July 2017, Hanson was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. Facing a diagnosis at just 25, she had no idea what to expect, but she knew it wasn’t going to be an easy road. She offered her boyfriend an “out.” But Allegretti didn’t flinch. Instead, he dropped everything to be by ... Read moreWoman Gave Boyfriend An ‘Out’ After Cancer Diagnosis, They’re Now Married

A Petition To Add Breast Cancer Warning On Cheese

From ZME Science: In light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, members of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) are requesting the FDA to label cheese in accordance to studies which found that it raises the risk of several types of cancer — including breast cancer. “Dairy cheese contains reproductive hormones that may increase breast ... Read moreA Petition To Add Breast Cancer Warning On Cheese

Mother With Rare Breast Cancer Delivers Miracle Baby

From Fox News: A California mother who was diagnosed with a rare type of breast cancer during her pregnancy has given birth to her miracle baby that survived the several rounds of chemotherapy she needed to stop the disease from spreading. Jade Devis, 36, said it started with a hard lump that was allegedly dismissed ... Read moreMother With Rare Breast Cancer Delivers Miracle Baby

Drug Stores Pulling Zantac And Its Generic Version Due To Cancer Risk

From The Washington Post: CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid are pulling Zantac and the generic form of the popular heartburn medication from pharmacy shelves over growing concerns that the products may contain small levels of nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a possible cancer-causing chemical linked to liver damage. CVS said Saturday it was suspending sales “out of an ... Read moreDrug Stores Pulling Zantac And Its Generic Version Due To Cancer Risk

She Beat Ovarian Cancer Twice, But Remains On Chemotherapy

Rose Marie Jackey is sitting in her hospital bed at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City awaiting her monthly chemotherapy infusion—a treatment she’s been getting each month for the past three years. From Yahoo! News: It’s what she and her doctors call “maintenance therapy,” which, according to Jackey, makes it sound much more enjoyable ... Read moreShe Beat Ovarian Cancer Twice, But Remains On Chemotherapy

The Difference Between Choice Of Doctor And Actual Cancer Survivor Care

From The American Cancer Society: New research suggests there’s a mismatch between the type of doctors cancer survivors say they prefer for on-going cancer care and who they actually see. An American Cancer Society (ACS) study showed that most cancer survivors preferred their primary care physician (PCP) and cancer doctor (oncologist) to share their on-going ... Read moreThe Difference Between Choice Of Doctor And Actual Cancer Survivor Care

Pediatric Cancer Survivor Pays It Forward

From The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute: Three-year-old Lia Scagnoli skipped across the “Bridge of Hope” connecting Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute each time she had a chemotherapy infusion or other treatment for pediatric kidney cancer at Dana-Farber’s Jimmy Fund Clinic. Caregivers offering equal parts love, hope, and fun diversions gave her and her family ... Read morePediatric Cancer Survivor Pays It Forward

‘Dora And The Lost City Of Gold’ Star Isabela Moner Talks About Mother’s Breast Cancer Battle

From Teen Vogue: Dora and the Lost City of Gold star Isabela Moner is opening up about her mother’s courageous battle against breast cancer. The actor posted a photo of her mother Katherine in a hospital bed to her Instagram, writing, “Today my mom kicked ass!!! Now I don’t usually post about private matters, but ... Read more‘Dora And The Lost City Of Gold’ Star Isabela Moner Talks About Mother’s Breast Cancer Battle