Tag: chemotherapy

Roundup: COVID’s Brain Fog Linked Biologically to...

Long COVID’s ‘Brain Fog’ Biologically Similar to Cognitive Impairment from Chemotherapy in Cancer Patients Brain fog, or cognitive impairment, has...

June 17, 2022

Just Diagnosed With Cancer: Treatment Options for...

Every five minutes, a woman will be diagnosed with gynecologic cancer and more than 33,000 will die from the disease...

October 6, 2021

He’s a Polo Player, Fundraiser and Cancer...

Brandon Phillips is a Wellington-based professional polo player and founder of Polo for Life, which raises funds to help support...

September 1, 2020

Scalp Cooling Helps Prevent Hair Loss During...

Hair loss is a side effect of chemotherapy that can have a significant impact on the psychological aspect of a...

October 31, 2018

Thousands of Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip...

As many as 60,000 women a year in the U.S. with certain types of early-stage breast cancer could benefit from...

June 7, 2018

Understanding Cancer-Related Cognitive Dysfunction – ‘Chemo Brain’

Cancer-related cognitive dysfunction, frequently referred to as “chemo brain,” has been reported in as many as 75 percent of people...

January 30, 2018

Virtual Zoo Field Trip at Miami Cancer...

For a child, battling cancer is hard work. Chemotherapy often takes a toll on them, with fatigue, nausea and hair...

April 18, 2017

Hope for Pediatric Cancer Patients

The National Cancer Institute reports that cancer death rates for children have declined by nearly 70 percent over the past...

September 23, 2015

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Hispanics and Their Health: Understanding Higher...

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Chronic Pain Management: Wider Range of...

Chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care and it is often linked to restrictions in mobility and daily activities....

Going Against the Flow: Innovative TCAR...

A less invasive procedure to reduce the risk of stroke by clearing blockages of the carotid artery in the neck is being offered more widely...

Treating Underlying Vascular Disease Can Prevent...

Critical limb ischemia, or CLI, is a potentially life-threatening condition that can lead to amputation. It is a severe form of peripheral artery disease, a...

Roundup: Early Onset Cancers Surge in...

New Study: There’s Been a ‘Dramatic’ Rise in Early Onset Cancers in Adults Younger Than 50 Since 1990s Over the last three decades, there has...

Speedy Bear Brigade Brings Smiles to...

Some children grabbed the teddy bears and immediately clutched them in a strong embrace. Others reached out shyly when offered a bear, happy to have...