When medical records can’t be shared, we all lose

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You only have to look as far as your smartphone to appreciate how electronic information, and the ability to share it, has improved nearly... Read more

To prevent HPV cancers, experts unite behind streamlined vaccine dosing

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In an effort to boost HPV vaccination rates, the country's 69 National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers on Wednesday endorsed recently... Read more

For BRCA breast cancer survivor, turning 40 means more than a mammogram

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Last month, I turned 40. Forty is a major milestone for most women: some look to it with dread, and some look to it with excitement and a bring-it-on... Read more

5 questions with the founder of StoreMyTumor

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What if tumors were the solution to cancer, instead of the problem? StoreMyTumor aims to offer tumor tissue collection and preservation... Read more

Ringing in the New Year as a cancer survivor

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This will be my fourth New Year's celebration since my cancer diagnosis back in the spring of 2013. Nearly four years since I heard the news... Read more

ICYMI: Philly.com's top cancer blogger on NBC Nightly News

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Blame the holidays for our lateness in sharing this NBC News story, starring "Diagnosis: Cancer's" most-read blogger, Tom Marsilje, talking... Read more

Cancer changes his Christmas, but can't take away his joy

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I love Christmas. Its sights, its sounds, its traditions, its childhood memories. I can remember getting SO excited for it each year as a child... Read more

How a swimming pool helped her through breast cancer treatment

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When I signed up for aquatic fitness at the gym a few years ago, I thought it could help me stay fit. I never imagined in my wildest dreams... Read more