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The “Survivor” Term After Breast Cancer: Is There a Better Expression?

The Outlier’s Message, and Evolutionary Science in Breast Cancer

On Sheryl Crow’s Report that She Has a Meningioma, and Singing Loud

Chemo: A Treatment That Could Wind Up Giving You (Another) Cancer

Who’s a Survivor?

Reconciling Lance Armstrong’s Story With the Realities of Cancer Survival

Finding Kindness and Introspection in ‘Half Empty,’ a Book of Essays by David Rakoff

Get Cancer. Lose Your Job?

We Need to Talk About the Costs of Cancer Treatment

Collateral Damage: How A Cancer Diagnosis Hurts Employment And Finances

‘Lily,’ A Film About A Young Artist With Breast Cancer, And What’s Next In Her Life

Why Yes, We Should Treat Cancer

On The Death Of David Carr, And Cancer Survivorship

Heart Health After Cancer: A Growing Concern

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Logistic Toxicity, An Unmeasured Burden Of Healthcare

Why People With Metastatic Breast Cancer Want To Get Counted

Could New Lung Cancer Meds Keep Walter White From Breaking Bad?

At A Conference On Cancer, Patients Take Notes Like Their Lives Depend On It

Raising The Survival Bar, And Access To Information, On Metastatic Cancer

MoovCare, A Web App, Helps Cancer Patients Live Longer

Magic Johnson’s HIV Story Offers Hope For Cancer Patients