Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Survivor’s Guide to Managing the Side Effects of Mesothelioma

When a patient is diagnosed with cancer, he or she must deal with a lot of variables. Choosing a treatment type, and committing to its completion is a job in itself. The treatment often has side effects that patients must … Continue reading

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Red onions pack a cancer-fighting punch, study reveals

The next time you walk down the produce aisle of your grocery store, you may want to reach for red onions if you are looking to fight off cancer. In the first study to examine how effective Ontario-grown onions are … Continue reading

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Balance, gait negatively impacted after chemotherapy treatment

A single chemotherapy treatment can result in a significant negative impact on walking gait and balance, putting patients at an increasing risk for falls, according to a new study involving breast cancer patients conducted by researchers at The Ohio State … Continue reading

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Are wealthier people more likely to receive a diagnosis of cancer?

Do wealthier people receive too much medical care? In a Perspective article recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine, H. Gilbert Welch, MD, and Elliott Fisher, MD, of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice examine the association between … Continue reading

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