Latest Cancer survivor Stories
Scars left behind by childhood cancer treatments are more than skin-deep.
BBVA Compass Supports Life Beyond Cancer Foundation’s Providers for Survivors Network The Woodlands, TX (PRWEB) May 11, 2012
African-American breast cancer survivors were satisfied with their cancer treatment, but most were never offered clinical trials opportunities or support services during or after their treatment.
Idfive announces that The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship (NCCS) has been recognized as an “Official Honoree” at the 16th Annual Webby Awards for their “Pocket Cancer Care Guide”
Childhood cancer survivors are living longer and there is an urgent need for better, more comprehensive ways to evaluate their health-related quality of life and need for psychosocial services.
More than 60 percent of breast cancer survivors report at least one treatment-related complication even six years after their diagnosis.
People are living longer with and after a cancer diagnosis, making survivorship clinics and programs—as well as official guidelines and practices governing the care of survivors—an important emerging component of modern cancer care.
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