Tag: Living with Cancer

cholangiocarcinoma symptoms May 31, 2018

The symptoms of cholangiocarcinoma

The signs of this rare bile-duct cancer typically go unnoticed at first. Here's what to know.

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Cancer

May 15, 2018

Considering a second opinion for cancer? Read this.

A Vanderbilt cancer expert answers your questions about second opinions.

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Cancer

A young woman hugs an older woman in a backyard full of people. May 11, 2018

Experts answer common questions about lung cancer screening

Lung screening is for certain smokers and ex-smokers. It’s not scary. It could save your life.

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Cancer Smoking

lung screening April 23, 2018

The emotional side of being screened for lung cancer

Experts hear some common fears from patients. Here they offer some reassurance.

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Cancer Smoking

lung cancer screening April 2, 2018

Who should be screened for lung cancer?

High-tech imaging can detect lung cancer in its early stages, when it's most treatable.

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Cancer Prevention Smoking

questions to ask your oncologist March 14, 2018

Checklist: What questions to ask your oncologist

If the diagnosis is cancer, use this checklist with your doctor to make sure you leave no question unanswered.

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Cancer

should I work during cancer treatment February 21, 2018

Should I work during cancer treatment?

The choice is not the same for everyone. We talk through the factors to help you decide.

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Cancer

breast-cancer October 2, 2017

Living with breast cancer and hoping for a cure

As new treatments are approved every year, fewer women are dying from metastatic breast cancer every year and more are living with it.

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Cancer Women's Health

hair loss in children September 27, 2017

Tips for coping with hair loss in children

Children who've experienced it give advice on coping with losing your hair.

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Cancer Children Teens