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Women who are abruptly thrown into menopause by chemotherapy often face a new set of challenges besides fighting cancer. Although hormone therapy can help relieve menopausal symptoms — such as hot flashes, irritability...
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You already know the basics: To protect yourself from skin cancer, you should wear sunscreen and sport a wide-brimmed hat and protective clothing when you're exposed to the sun. When the UV index goes up, the more vigilant...
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The navy hue and delicious taste of blueberries is enticement enough to gobble a handful. Now, City of Hope scientists have found another reason to love blueberries. Their lab research showed that the popular fruit may...
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Research cannot explain why one man develops prostate cancer and another does not, but early balding may point to increased prostate cancer risk. A study by French researchers of nearly 700 men found that men with prostate...
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Chemotherapy — often shortened to chemo — is the use of chemicals to treat many diseases and disorders, but it is usually associated with cancer treatment. Why is chemotherapy used? Depending on the type of...
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During flu season, no one is safe from loitering germs. But cancer patients and survivors in particular should take extra precautions, as they are at increased risk of serious flu-based health complications. "I believe...
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Small knobs of tissue on the lining of the large bowel are known as polyps. Some polyps turn malignant, and research is not yet clear about why – although science has gained insight into possible causes. Donald David,...
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Are You at Risk? Everyone should see a dentist regularly, but childhood cancer survivors need to be especially vigilant with their dental care. Risk factors for dental problems include:
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Surgery, drugs, radiation and immune therapies are a big part of the regimen against cancer and other serious diseases treated at City of Hope. But so is another component that gets less attention: blood. Cancer and the...
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Cancer research usually calls to mind images of microscopes, complex molecules and test tubes filled with elaborate drug concoctions. But scientists at City of Hope also are looking outside the laboratory — and inside...
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You already know the basics: To protect yourself from skin cancer, you should wear sunscreen and sport a wide-brimmed hat and protective clothing when you're exposed to the sun. When the UV index goes up, the more vigilant...
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Women who are abruptly thrown into menopause by chemotherapy often face a new set of challenges besides fighting cancer. Although hormone therapy can help relieve menopausal symptoms — such as hot flashes, irritability...
0 Comments Posted
The navy hue and delicious taste of blueberries is enticement enough to gobble a handful. Now, City of Hope scientists have found another reason to love blueberries. Their lab research showed that the popular fruit may...
0 Comments Posted
During flu season, no one is safe from loitering germs. But cancer patients and survivors in particular should take extra precautions, as they are at increased risk of serious flu-based health complications. "I believe...
0 Comments Posted
Research cannot explain why one man develops prostate cancer and another does not, but early balding may point to increased prostate cancer risk. A study by French researchers of nearly 700 men found that men with prostate...
0 Comments Posted
Chemotherapy — often shortened to chemo — is the use of chemicals to treat many diseases and disorders, but it is usually associated with cancer treatment. Why is chemotherapy used? Depending on the type of...
0 Comments Posted
Small knobs of tissue on the lining of the large bowel are known as polyps. Some polyps turn malignant, and research is not yet clear about why – although science has gained insight into possible causes. Donald David,...
0 Comments Posted
Surgery, drugs, radiation and immune therapies are a big part of the regimen against cancer and other serious diseases treated at City of Hope. But so is another component that gets less attention: blood. Cancer and the...
0 Comments Posted
Are You at Risk? Everyone should see a dentist regularly, but childhood cancer survivors need to be especially vigilant with their dental care. Risk factors for dental problems include:
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Cancer research usually calls to mind images of microscopes, complex molecules and test tubes filled with elaborate drug concoctions. But scientists at City of Hope also are looking outside the laboratory — and inside...
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