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  • Former investment banker Fabian Bolin has set up a social media network to help improve the mental health of everyone affected by cancer. Bolin launched War On Cancer, a storytelling platform, after being diagnosed with leukemia in 2015 at the age of 28, and finding comfort in speaking about his journey on the...
  • Former investment banker Fabian Bolin has set up a social media network to help improve the mental health of everyone affected by cancer. Bolin launched War On Cancer, a storytelling platform, after being diagnosed with leukemia in 2015 at the age of 28, and finding comfort in speaking about his journey on the...
  • TUESDAY, Jan. 14, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. cancer survivors have surprisingly high rates of alcohol use, researchers say. "This study highlights the prevalence of current alcohol use among cancer survivors, including an increase in alcohol intake over time and higher rates among younger cancer survivors," said Dr...
  • TUESDAY, Jan. 14, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- U.S. cancer survivors have surprisingly high rates of alcohol use, researchers say. "This study highlights the prevalence of current alcohol use among cancer survivors, including an increase in alcohol intake over time and higher rates among younger cancer survivors," said Dr...
  • Experts say cancer survivors, as well as their spouses and partners, will experience “job lock,” where they continue at their workplace to maintain their current health insurance. Getty Images Researchers say 20 percent of cancer survivors have “job lock,” where they stay in jobs mainly to keep their health insurance...
  • Experts say cancer survivors, as well as their spouses and partners, will experience “job lock,” where they continue at their workplace to maintain their current health insurance. Getty Images Researchers say 20 percent of cancer survivors have “job lock,” where they stay in jobs mainly to keep their health insurance...
  • Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Staying connected, online or in real time, doesn't just feel good, it plays a role in health outcomes and survival rates. Use social media to connect. Find supportive communities even when you're not feeling well. Plan simple connections close to home. Using your energy...
  • Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Staying connected, online or in real time, doesn't just feel good, it plays a role in health outcomes and survival rates. Use social media to connect. Find supportive communities even when you're not feeling well. Plan simple connections close to home. Using your energy...
  • Experts say the trauma and intensity of cancer treatments can cause insomnia. Cognitive behavioral therapy can help.  Researchers say cognitive behavioral therapy is the most effective way to treat insomnia in cancer survivors. They say the intensity and trauma of cancer diagnosis and treatment causes insomnia in up...
  • Experts say the trauma and intensity of cancer treatments can cause insomnia. Cognitive behavioral therapy can help.  Researchers say cognitive behavioral therapy is the most effective way to treat insomnia in cancer survivors. They say the intensity and trauma of cancer diagnosis and treatment causes insomnia in up...
  • (Reuters Health) - - As a growing number of people live decades after a cancer diagnosis, doctors and scientists are developing treatment guidelines for survivors. But a U.S. report suggests more work is needed to improve the consistency and quality of survivorship care. It's been more than a decade since the...
  • (Reuters Health) - - As a growing number of people live decades after a cancer diagnosis, doctors and scientists are developing treatment guidelines for survivors. But a U.S. report suggests more work is needed to improve the consistency and quality of survivorship care. It's been more than a decade since the...
  • If your friend, colleague, partner or family member has completed cancer treatment, you probably feel relieved that their treatment is over and was successful. And you probably imagine they’re feeling relieved, too. But cancer is an emotional roller coaster – and it doesn’t come to a screeching halt once treatment...
  • If your friend, colleague, partner or family member has completed cancer treatment, you probably feel relieved that their treatment is over and was successful. And you probably imagine they’re feeling relieved, too. But cancer is an emotional roller coaster – and it doesn’t come to a screeching halt once treatment...
  • Medical professionals are ramping up programs to help cancer survivors deal with the emotional, physical, and financial aftermath. There are now more than 15 million cancer survivors in the United States.  The number of cancer survivors is growing. And they’re living longer. While advances in diagnosis and treatment...
  • Medical professionals are ramping up programs to help cancer survivors deal with the emotional, physical, and financial aftermath. There are now more than 15 million cancer survivors in the United States.  The number of cancer survivors is growing. And they’re living longer. While advances in diagnosis and treatment...
  • NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Female cancer survivors exposed to potentially cardiotoxic treatments rarely develop new congestive heart failure (CHF) during pregnancy, researchers from Canada report. "The low incidence of cardiac complications in women without a prior history of cardiotoxicity was a very interesting...
  • NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Female cancer survivors exposed to potentially cardiotoxic treatments rarely develop new congestive heart failure (CHF) during pregnancy, researchers from Canada report. "The low incidence of cardiac complications in women without a prior history of cardiotoxicity was a very interesting...
  • Cardio could be the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have, but doing it shouldn't take a whole day. Instead, the available evidence suggests there's an ideal window for exercises like cycling, swimming, or brisk walking — and it's under an hour. All of these moves raise your heart rate and get you moving and...
  • Starting a new year, which many celebrate by looking ahead, may be a time of special reflection for those who are undergoing or who have finished cancer treatment. If this is you, consider making some New Year’s resolutions for your health and your life post-cancer. Resolutions can help to focus your actions in the...