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Senior Health
For thousands of City of Hope patients, a bone marrow transplant is the answer to beating the blood disorder threatening their lives. When no family members can provide matching marrow, finding a donor elsewhere can seem...
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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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A diagnosis of cancer, diabetes or another serious disease is daunting, and your first plan of action is clear: Make sure you’re seeing a team of top-notch medical professionals. The next step, however, is to make sure...
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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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Diabetes can be a complicated disease, but with proper knowledge of the dos and don’ts, it’s manageable. Watching your diet is an important part of living healthfully with diabetes, and many of the nutritional...
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After diagnosis, your No. 1 goal is to beat cancer. Go ahead and start exercising and eating healthier, but think twice before taking supplements, advises Lily Lai, M.D., surgeon and clinical associate professor at City of...
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You might think you’ll never forget anything about your cancer treatment. Or you might never want to think about your cancer treatment after it ends. But your health depends on your dedication to continued care....
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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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Your grandparents called them “wonder drugs” when antibiotics first came on the scene, and for good reason. Antibiotics have saved countless lives since they came into widespread use in the 1940s. Common...
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Compassion is a job requirement for caregivers — and this is especially true when you are caring for someone who has trouble hearing. People who don’t hear well often feel embarrassed and alone. They have to...
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