Cancer in the News - Keep Up With the Progress

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'I Have Very Pale Skin And Am VERY Worried About Deadly Melanoma: How Often Should I Be Screened?'

New Research Finds That Deaths From Uterine Cancer Among Black Women Are On the Rise in the U.S.

Diagnosis

If There’s Blood in My Urine, Could I Have Bladder Cancer? An Important Question to Ask for Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

New Research Finds 1/3 of Breast Cancer Patients Experience Temporary or Lasting Depression Symptoms During & After Treatment

Dana-Farber and Harvard Launch a 'Cancer FactFinder' to Address Misinformation

A SurvivorNet Guide to Early-Stage Cancer Detecting Blood Tests

Later Stage

'A Game Changer': FDA Approval of Combination Immunotherapy for Advanced Melanoma Offers More Options For Patients

Treatment

FDA Approval of Olaparib 'A Real Milestone' For Breast Cancer

Great News: Your Repaid Health Debt Won’t Impact Your Credit Score Anymore Starting 7/1

Later Stage

New Hope for Patients: FDA Approves Pluvicto for Certain Types of Advanced Prostate Cancer

Can Your Blood Pressure Medication Cause Cancer?

What to Do if You Have Trust Issues with Your Oncologist

37 U.S. States Currently Approve Medical Marijuana Use - Will South Carolina Become the 38th?

Further Research Shows More and More Young People Ages 20-39 Are Getting Late-Stage Colon Cancer

Who Should Get the HPV Vaccine that Prevents Cervical Cancer?

Breast Cancer Rates are Rising in the US - Could it be Linked to Low Fertility Rates & Increasing Obesity?

The 2022 Reset -- 5 Things You Can Do Now to Dramatically Reduce Cancer Risk

Why Do Kentucky & Mississippi Have Some Of The Highest Cancer Rates In The Country?

How to Recognize Sneaky Cancer Symptoms - Looking at Cancers That Are Most Often Misdiagnosed

The New ‘Angelina Jolie Gene Cancer Screening Test’: World-Renowned Expert Says the Famous Actress Has Aided in the Development of a Better Way to Look for Breast & Ovarian Cancer

Cancer in the News - Keep Up With the Progress

close the gapSee highlights from our Close The Gap event to raise awareness for the huge disparities that exist for minorities when it comes to cancer care.We partner with NYU Langone and the Perlmutter Cancer Center, along with top doctors, survivors, and cancer community executives to enlighten, challenge, and educate. As we close the gap together, we will lift each other up. 

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You'll find top doctors taking the time to lay things out. We're here to help on your journey.

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Cancer is such an exciting and hopeful field these days. There are more and more ways we can think about treatment. We hope SurvivorNet empowers people to ask their doctor the “what about this?” question.

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