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Cancer Health Center

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  1. 12 Ways to Protect Your Skin and Prevent Skin Cancer

    By Leslie Pepper How coffee protects you, and 11 other surprising ways to stop the most common cancer 1. All doctors are not created equal: When researchers from Emory University School of Medicine looked at the records of more than 2,000 melanoma patients, they found that those whose growths had be

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  2. The Faces of Brain Cancer

    When doctors announced that Sen. Edward Kennedy had a kind of brain cancer called malignant glioma, many people hearing the news had probably never heard of the cancer. For some, however, the diagnosis was painfully familiar. WebMD talked to three survivors of brain cancer similar to that affecting

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  3. Cancer Support: Tips for Family and Friends

    Medical expertise is a key part of your cancer treatment. But it won’t be enough. To get through this, you’ll also need to build a cancer support team at home with your family and friends. Having good cancer support at home is crucial. “A cancer diagnosis adds an enormous amount of stress to a perso

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  4. Fashion Designer Marc Jacobs Launches Melanoma T-Shirt Campaign

    Victoria Beckham did it. So did Heidi Klum, Julianne Moore, Eva Mendes, and Rufus Wainwright. To help raise money for skin cancer, these A-listers let themselves be photographed, naked, for fashion designer Marc Jacobs’ “Protect the Skin You’re In” melanoma naked T-shirt campaign. The celeb photos a

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  5. Actor Evan Handler on Life After Cancer

    There have been times when it felt like I went back to being the same person. I didn't turn to God and become born again. I didn't retreat from big city life or remain vegetarian or macrobiotic. Other times I think I have been completely shaped by those experiences. I think my life has become about

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  6. Winning the Race Against Cancer

    I had ignored the soft mass of tissue on the back of my knee for more than two years. Sometimes I would lie in bed with my knee bent, and my leg would fall asleep below the knee. But I convinced myself it was just excess fat and nothing to worry about. Instead, I decided to lose weight. I started wa

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  7. Sofia Vergara: Thriving After Cancer

    You may not yet have heard of Colombian actress Sofia Vergara, but with star turns in ABC's legal drama Dirty Sexy Money and in the upcoming flick Meet the Browns, co-starring Tyler Perry -- following her breakout roles in the movies Chasing Papi (2003) and Four Brothers (2005) -- she will be on you

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  8. The Latest in Breast Cancer Detection

    There is more hope for better diagnosing breast cancer thanks to new technologies. Advances in screening technologies -- including digital mammograms -- combined with a better understanding of who is at highest risk means doctors are able to find cancers earlier -- and prevent more women from dying.

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  9. You Found a Breast Lump: What Happens Now?

    You wake up feeling fine. You grab your morning coffee -- and maybe a doughnut -- and head for the shower. But not more than five minutes pass when suddenly you get a shock. What's different? You find a lump in your breast. And even though studies show up to 80% of all breast lumps are harmless, you

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  10. Who Gets Breast Cancer and Who Survives?

    By Hallie Levine Sklar Young Women Who Get Breast Cancer Are More Likely to Die Women who are diagnosed with breast cancer before age 40 have slightly poorer prognoses than older women: Their five-year survival rate is about 82 percent, compared with 85 percent among women ages 40 to 74, according t

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