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skin-cancer

Holly Rowe-Desmoplastic Melanoma Diagnosis

ESPN sports journalist Holly Rowe discuss her diagnosis of stage 3 desmoplastic skin cancer.
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skin-cancer

Holly Rowe-Sun Safety and Melanoma

After being diagnosed with stage 3 desmoplastic melanoma, ESPN sports reporter became committed to educating people about the dangers on excessive sun exposure.
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cancer

Condition Kitchen: 3 Easy, Go-To Recipes for People Being Treated for or Recovering from Cancer

Try these nutritious, doctor-approved, easy-to-do recipes for beginner chefs living with cancer. Plant-based recipes include a breakfast and two healthy soups.
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cancer

Bride Vows to Beat Cancer

Four weeks before her wedding, Regan Roloff faced a life-changing diagnosis. But nothing could halt her plans to walk down the altar. Now she and her husband help other cancer patients afford to do the same.
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cancer

Cured of Cancer, But at a Cost

Twins Elizabeth and Kathryn were born with a blood disease that leads to leukemia.
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lung-cancer

I Feel Happier Now Than Ever — and I Have Metastatic Lung Cancer

Enjoying life to the fullest — while also living with the uncertainty and challenges of metastatic lung cancer — may seem contradictory, but this Brooklyn mom found a way. Here’s how she learned to accept a lack of control and shift her mindset.
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skin-cancer

Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Sunscreen May Be Wrong

Brand new labels are hitting store shelves this summer, so don't get burned. Here's how to pick the right sunscreen, and make sure it's actually preventing sunburn — and melanoma and other skin cancers.
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skin-cancer

The Best And Worst Cities for Your Skin

Dailyglow.com ranks the top ten best and worst cities for skin based on incidence of skin cancer death, air pollution, number of dermatologists per capita, popularity of tanning beds, and lifestyle choices.
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cancer

Are X-rays Safe?

What’s the scoop on X-rays? Does the type of X-ray and when you have it done make a difference in terms of exposure?
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cancer

Cancers That Affect Only Women

September is Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month, and for women at risk of these cancers, awareness can literally save lives.
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pancreatic-cancer

Pancreatic Cancer: A Rare Survivor's Story

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most devastating diagnoses a doctor can deliver. The disease is usually aggressive and difficult to treat. But late diagnosis may be a big reason so few survive.
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lung-cancer

David Kane's Brush With Cancer

Artist David Kane paints a realistic and hopeful picture of life with cancer and chemotherapy.
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skin-cancer

Gel Manicures May Raise Skin Cancer Risk

Manicures with a hard gel finish may present a health hazard. Use of the UV nail light that is used to create the gel finish may cause skin cancer.
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breast-cancer

Cancer: Debra Practices What She Preaches

Cancer center chaplain Debra Jarvis took the advice she gives cancer patients: tell your nurses and doctors what's bothering you.
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breast-cancer

Martha's Breast Cancer Story: Willing to Try Every Treatment

Martha Alder faced breast cancer with an open, optimistic attitude, thanks to support from her doctor, her loving husband and two adoring dogs.
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skin-cancer

What Hair Loss Says About Heart Disease

Hairline receding? Notice an earlobe crease? Visible signs of aging may predict risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.
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breast-cancer

Lumpectomy Appears to Boost Breast Cancer Survival Odds

For many women with stage 1 breast cancer, less invasive surgery led to better outcomes than mastectomy, according to a new Duke study.
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skin-cancer

5 Ways to Keep Your 'Summer Skin' All Year Long

There's a reason your skin feels softer in summer, but there's no reason you can't keep that feeling throughout the winter with a few simple tips.
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breast-cancer

Feel for Yourself

Anne Peled, MD, and Ziv Peled, MD, pioneered a sensation-preservation mastectomy technique that has improved quality of life for those affected by breast cancer. Watch this incredible, personal story, recently recognized as a Webby Award Honoree. 
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colon-cancer

Doreen Decides to Resume Chemo

Moving ahead with chemotherapy treatments hasn't always been easy for Doreen Soliman.
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breast-cancer

Why Breast Cancer Is Killing More African American Women

While survival rates for all women with breast cancer continue to rise, African American women are about 36 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women.
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skin-cancer

Mole Misdiagnosis: When It's Really Stage IV Skin Cancer

Erin Youngerberg noticed a small mole, the size of a pencil eraser, on her back. She was told not to worry. But it was stage IV melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer. Doctors went on to find tumors all over her body. This is her story.
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