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Crowdfunding for Cancer Care: A Virtual Safety Net

As the costs of cancer care rise, crowdfunding is helping some patients avoid a financial crash. Read More

Hitting a Nerve: Nerve Damage From Cancer Treatment Can Impair Sexual Function

Nerve and other damage from cancer treatments can impair men’s sexual function, and adjusting can be a challenge. Read More

Getting Your Ducks in a Row When Traveling During Cancer Treatment

‘Snowbirds’ with cancer can still take flight, but planning ahead is crucial. Read More

Developing Methods to Fight Cancer-Related Fatigue

The reasons for fatigue in patients go beyond treatment. Read More

Jim Kelly Kicks Off Cancer Awareness Program

After his diagnosis, NFL Hall of Famer Jim Kelly became an advocate for patients with cancer. Read More

Battling for Benefits: Military Veterans With Cancer Fight for Government-Funded Health Care

For military veterans with cancer, obtaining government-funded health care can constitute a tough fight.  Read More

A Strong Stomach: Eliminating Nausea and Vomiting for Patients With Cancer

Evolving strategies for the elimination of nausea and vomiting are making treatment more comfortable for many patients with cancer.  Read More

Chaos Theory: Understanding the Genetic Chaos of Soft Tissue Sarcoma

The 50 cancers under the umbrella of soft tissue sarcoma are marked by genetic chaos, and a growing understanding of these mutations may lead to new treatments.  Read More

Moving On: Adult Survivors of Pediatric Cancers Find Answers

Adults who were treated for pediatric cancer during childhood may be more prone to health problems and lasting effects of their treatment. A study at St. Jude is following up with many of these patients.  Read More

Pet Project: Trained Therapy Animals Boost the Moods of Hospitalized Patients With Cancer

Visits from trained therapy animals and their handlers can boost the moods of patients undergoing treatment for cancer. Read More

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