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Adjusting Normal Life After Cancer Treatment…

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Cancer TreatmentCancer, like so many other overwhelming or life-altering situations, can really stick with a person. For many, the end of treatment is met with a flood of emotions that can make it difficult to get back to normal life. Learning how to recognize and live with a cancer diagnosis is a struggle that can last for years even after being given a clean bill of health. For Penn patient, Catherine Hagele, the end of treatment was simply the end of one chapter in her journey and the beginning of another.

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How To Adjust Normal Life After Cancer Treatment…

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Cancer, like so many other overwhelming or life-altering situations, can really stick with a person. For many, the end of treatment is met with a flood of emotions that can make it difficult to get back to normal life. Learning how to recognize and live with a cancer diagnosis is a struggle that can last for years even after being given a clean bill of health. For Penn patient, Catherine Hagele, the end of treatment was simply the end of one chapter in her journey and the beginning of another.How To Adjust Normal Life After Cancer Treatment…

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Obesity Shifts To Cancer In Young Adults

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Obesity Shifts To Cancer In Young AdultsA researcher has compiled evidence from more than 100 publications to show how obesity increases the risk of 13 different cancers in young adults. The meta-analysis describes how obesity has shifted certain cancers to younger age groups and intensified cellular mechanisms promoting the diseases.

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Never-Smokers: The New Face Of Lung Cancer

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People often use the expression, “Where there is smoke, there is fire.” Unfortunately for lung cancer patients, the opposite is almost always assumed to be true. Where there is fire (in this case, lung cancer), it is assumed that smoking must have preceded it. This assumption often leads to the question, “Did you smoke?” following almost every personal revelation of lung cancer. Few questions engender such anger and annoyance in patients as that one, particularly in the 10%-20% of lung cancer patients who are “never smokers.”

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Can Cancer Treatment Lead To Heart Disease..?

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Can Cancer Treatment Lead To Heart Disease..?Advances in cancer treatment have resulted in a growing number of cancer survivors. However, powerful treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation treatments, and some cancer drugs are not without their risks, including the potential for serious, long-term damage to the heart.

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