Costly robotic prostate surgery may not be better

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The U.S. approval of a robotic prostate surgery system 16 years ago turned the $1.5 million machine into the latest must-have technology for... Read more

What are the risk factors for ovarian cancer?

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“How can that be?” Mrs. G. thought as she sat in her gynecologist’s office, stunned by the news that her pelvic ultrasound... Read more

Pokemon Go helps cancer patients get going

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Cindy Walker, 58,is living with borderline ovarian tumors and tumors on her lungs. She is probably not the demographic that Niantic Lab envisioned... Read more

Fix federal law to reduce colon cancer disparities

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Colorectal cancer is expected to claim the lives of 49,190 people in the United States this year. Unfortunately, low-income people –... Read more

Band of brothers and sisters

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Friends. Family. Brothers. Sisters. There is a special bond between fellow cancer patients and survivors that is the deepest bond outside... Read more

Is anyone too old to be treated for cancer?

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Does chemotherapy, with side effects like fatigue, skin sores, diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and “chemo brain” make sense... Read more

At Wistar, SoulCycling to support cancer research

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Many of you support cancer research through the “normal” channels – a donation to the local charity of choice, contributing... Read more

Dear family and friends: How you can help me

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May 2014 Dear Friends and Family, I am sending one email so I can catch all of you up at one time. I want to try to answer the questions... Read more