Cancer Survivor

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A person who has survived for a prolonged period of time after the diagnosis and treatment of an aggressive cancer; 8.4 million Americans are long-term cancer survivors; aggressive cancers do not include 'garden variety' basal cell carcinomas or squamous cell carcinomas of the skin, which respond well to local excision
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M2 PHARMA-March 16, 2018-Testicular Cancer Survivors Need Adequate Screening for Long Term Heart Disease Risks
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 20 (ANI-BusinessWire India): Celebrating the spirit of cancer survivors for three consecutive years, Pink Hope Cancer Patient Support Group along with HCG - The Specialist in Cancer Care unveiled the fourth edition of SelfV Survivor Stories.
Cancer survivors often suffer from chronic fatigue, and when they do, a new study suggests that waking up to bright white light may help them sleep better.
WICHITA -- Pink Platoon is calling up breast cancer survivors in Sedgwick County and surrounding areas for a free health and wellness 'boot camp' from 8:30am-2pm on Saturday, Sept.
The municipal government through its Nutrition Unit conducted a cancer forum to provide a venue where cancer survivors and patients can enhance their knowledge about their illness as well as air and share their experiences and learnings that others may draw insights and inspiration.
Every first Sunday of June is observed as National Cancer Survivors Day across the United States, and it falls on June 4 this year.
Abstract: Cancer survivors often experience a variety of physiological deficits resulting from cancer treatment such as reduced muscle strength, decreased range of motion and poor balance.
Approximately 20% of adult cancer survivors in the United States--roughly 2.
cancer survivors report at least one financial difficulty that resulted from their cancer diagnosis or treatment, finds a study published in March in Cancer.
A recent study reveals that cancer survivors are slightly less likely than others to adhere to national dietary guidelines.
Surviving cancer is a major accomplishment, but many cancer survivors miss out on the opportunity to fight preventable health conditions with one of the most powerful weapons: Diet.
LiveStrong, an international force in supporting cancer survivors, has awarded the Sarasota YMCA a grant to implement its whole-body health curriculum here; the local nonprofit is only the 21st Y in the country to be awarded the program.

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