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The Atlantic's People V. Cancer Conference

Prevention

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Later Stage

Breast Cancer Breakthrough: Immunotherapy Shows Major Boost in Survival Rates

Treatment

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Dr. Elizabeth Comen
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Prevention

Can Pets Really Detect Cancer in Humans?

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Laura Gesualdi
SurvivorNet
Later Stage

Half of Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients in U.S. Pursued by Debt Collectors

Fellow Chefs Start Fundraiser to Help Fatima Ali of "Top Chef" Realize Dreams

Diagnosis

When it Comes to Cancer, New Study Shows Second Opinions Matter -- A Lot

Prevention

Pesticides are Really Bad When it Comes to Cancer, Organic Food is Good

Roger Sergel
SurvivorNet
Living

Sandra Lee Gives Intimate Look Into Her Breast Cancer Battle in New Documentary

Living

Former "Top Model" Contestant Jael Strauss is Facing Incurable Cancer

Treatment

New Research for Lung Cancer Will Save Lives Immediately

300,000 People at Risk for 9/11-linked Cancer Are Not Getting Help They Need

The Revolution in Cancer: Remarkable 26% Decline in Deaths, $80 Billion a Year

Prevention

The Angelina Jolie Effect -- Important New Study on Breast Cancer Genes

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Like So Many, Julia Louis-Dreyfus Returns to Work After Cancer

Are Comprehensive Cancer Centers Better Than Smaller Hospitals

Treatment

The Major Shift in Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

Dr. Elizabeth Comen
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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