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    1. Prostate Cancer Questions to Ask Your Doctor -- and Yourself

      Being diagnosed with prostate cancer can be frightening. The more you learn, however, the less anxious you may feel. Your most important task after being diagnosed is to get as much information as you can about your condition. Then you and your doctor can talk over the best course of action. Because

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    2. How to Find the Best Cancer Treatment

      If you've recently heard the words, "It's cancer," your world has probably turned upside down. You have a million fears and a million questions, and you may not be sure where to turn next. No matter what type of cancer you might have, most of these fears -- and a lot of these questions -- are univer

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    3. 6 Things Marcia Cross Knows About Cancer

      Marcia Cross, the actor best known for her roles on nighttime soaps Desperate Housewives and the original Melrose Place, was recently named an official celebrity ambassador for Stand Up to Cancer, the advocacy group that just awarded $74 million to five multidisciplinary research teams to get us clo

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    4. Cancer: The Hunt for a Cure

      Moderator: Michael W. Smith, MD Roundtable participants: Lewis C. Cantley, PhD (Harvard Medical School); Peter Jones, PhD (University of Southern California); Dennis J. Slamon, MD (UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center). Read more about the researchers and their teams’ work. "This is where the

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    5. Actress Marcia Cross Has a New Role: Cancer Advocate

      Marcia Cross, the 47-year-old flame-haired actor famous for playing provocative, oh-so-perfect Bree on ABC's hit TV show Desperate Housewives, as well as unstable seductress Dr. Kimberly Shaw on the 1990s hit nighttime soap, Melrose Place, has added another role to her repertoire: health advocate. C

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    6. Seven (Easy to Find) Foods That May Help Prevent Cancer

      A bowl full of bright green steamed broccoli. You say either "Yum!" -- or "Where's the double cheeseburger?" But you know the broccoli is good for you, especially sans melted cheese. The question is, how good? And more to the point, can it -- or any food -- help prevent disease, such as cancer? The

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    7. Me and the Girls: Ilene Smith

      WebMD senior writer Miranda Hitti interviewed breast cancer survivors as part of a series for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The series, called “Me & the Girls,” explores the personal stories of these women after they were diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer survivor Ilene Smith, MS, RD, 49,

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    8. Me and the Girls: Erica Seymore

      WebMD senior writer Miranda Hitti interviewed breast cancer survivors as part of a series for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The series, called “Me & the Girls,” explores the personal stories of these women after they were diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer survivor Erica Seymore, 34, lives

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    9. Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Me and the Girls

      "You have breast cancer." This year, nearly 250,000 women in the U.S. will hear those words. Last year, Zunilda Guzman was one of them. "I was devastated," says Guzman, 39. "I wanted the world to end." But Guzman, mother to a 9-year-old daughter, knew she couldn't let that happen. And neither did an

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    10. Me and the Girls: Mary Manasco

      WebMD senior writer Miranda Hitti interviewed breast cancer survivors as part of a series for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The series, called "Me & the Girls," explores the personal stories of nine women who faced breast cancer. Breast cancer survivor Mary Manasco, 59, lives in Jackson, Miss. In M

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