A recent study compared what patients said about side effects they were experiencing from radiation treatment with what their doctors reported.
One of the most critical breast cancer awareness messages is about the urgent need to end breast cancer disparities.
Resources that provide helpful information on coping with cancer and the COVID-19 crisis.
Recent cancer research stories worth following include a study on post-traumatic stress disorder after a cancer diagnosis.
A look back on three years of blogging about cancer research from the patient perspective, and a few thoughts looking ahead.
A major new report details action needed to accelerate progress against metastatic breast cancer so that it can be treated as a manageable condition with good quality of life.
A recent study looked at how patients viewed their personal identities in the aftermath of a cancer diagnosis.
The concept of patient navigation began over twenty years ago with the intent to help underserved patients obtain follow-up care after an abnormal screening result, and has expanded to include assistance across the entire continuum of cancer care and survivorship.
Top cancer research stories for Spring 2014 include new guidelines on survivorship care and clinical trial findings for an experimental drug to treat hormone receptor-positive breast cancer.
Attendees at the recent San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium heard from a researcher who has spent thirty years studying issues related to the measurement of quality of life for cancer patients and how it can be improved.