Archives: August 2015

  • Cervical Cancer May Not Mean an End for Fertility

    August 30, 2015
    Cervical cancer is diagnosed in an estimated 12,900 American women each and every year. For many of these women, the diagnosis comes in the cancer’s earliest phases courtesy of advanced screening protocols that enable doctors to detect the disease readily. While many women will find treatment of the disease demands a loss of fertility by default that is not...read more
  • Teen Cancer Survivors May be at Risk for Cognitive Issues

    August 20, 2015
    Facing down the rigors of cancer and related treatments at any age is difficult at best. Doing so during the formative adolescent years may lead to cognitive problems down the road, a recent study has concluded. To arrive at those findings, researchers behind the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study spoke with more than 6,000 survivors and their siblings. These individuals completed...read more

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