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03-31-14Can you still exercise when you have cancer?
02-03-14Integrative treatment for cancer and heart disease
01-20-14Sexual dysfunction help for male cancer patients
05-13-13Healthy aging for the cancer patient
04-01-13Cancer and teeth
01-21-13Medical hypnosis assists with surgery and medical procedures
09-10-12When constipation becomes an emergency for cancer patients
01-30-12Fertility Issues for Parents to Consider before Child’s Cancer Treatment
11-14-11Old Age and Cancer – the Focus of This Doctor
10-03-11Renewed Sexual Pleasure for Couples Post-Prostate Cancer Treatment
5-20-11How Will Japan’s Nuclear Accident Effect Global Cancer Risk?
5-16-11Lymphedema: Basics, Management and New Research
3-21-11Double Trouble – Cancer and Depression
3-14-11Don't Let Stress Get Under Your Skin
1-31-11Can Stress Cause Cancer?
1-24-11Tendrils – A Sexual Renewal Program for Women Surviving Cancer Related Resources
9-20-10Chemobrain ... Is It Real?
8-23-10Cancer Related Fatigue
3-15-10Issues Young Adult Cancer Patients Face
1-4-10Body Image Issues for Cancer Patients
12-28-09Cardiac Care for Cancer Patients
12-14-09Fear of Cancer Reoccurrence
9-14-09Cancer Pain Management
8-17-09Treatment Options for Lymphedema Patients
6-15-09Sexuality and Cancer
4-20-09Botulinum Toxin for Cancer Pain

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9-26-11Hope for Restored Sexual Function for Prostate Cancer Patients and their Partners
9-26-11Sexual Counseling for Couples after Prostate Cancer Treatment

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4-19-2010Study Shows Strong Interest in Palliative Care Programs
3-22-2010Cancer Treatment That Targets Growth Factor May Damage Heart

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