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Care of the Whole Patient—During and After Treatment

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

There’s a new term floating around the cancer community: cancer rehabilitation. What does this mean? Cancer rehabilitation is a combination of services that help a cancer survivor find his or her “new normal” after cancer.

When More Tests Don’t Yield More Answers

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

While personalized medicine and gene testing hold a lot of promise—currently genetic tests are able to identify up to one hundred gene mutations, some of which are linked with increased cancer risk—their newness presents some challenges.

Doctor Priorities vs. Patient Priorities

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

For a doctor, the number one priority is treating the patient’s illness. But for patients, their number one priority isn’t always their disease. A disease is just one part of someone’s life. So, what happens when your priorities and your doctor’s priorities don’t mix?