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Network is a quarterly publication of the Anderson Network that features issues of interest to cancer patients, caregivers and health care professionals.

Taking Inventory: Symptom Research and Psychometrics
Have you ever wondered who develops standardized tests, like the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) for getting into college or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) for graduate school?


Share Your Cancer Experience
Would you be willing to share your cancer experience with a newly diagnosed patient? 

In the Summer 2008 Issue:

ASPIRE: Internet Site Kicking Butt
What better way to mark the 13th annual National Kick Butts Day than to announce plans to expand use of M. D. Anderson’s ASPIRE Internet site to students nationwide. 

People Profile: Rhonda Ross
As far as Rhonda Ross knows, only a few people have had a cancer diagnosis like hers and survived. Yet, while the road to recovery was daunting, for the past five years she’s been cancer-free.

More Than Just Artwork: Expressive Arts Therapy
Coping with traumatic circumstances can be challenging, but Yvonne Cosgrove is helping people find a refuge through arts and crafts as an expressive arts therapy teacher at M. D. Anderson’s Place … of wellness.

Physician With a Mission
When David I. Rosenthal, M.D., arrived at M. D. Anderson six years ago, he brought with him a deep concern about the symptom burden his patients experienced as a result of cancer treatment. 

Live, Reach, Celebrate at Anderson Network's 20th Anniversary Conference
Gerald McRaney has played a farmer and a hit man, an old West gunfighter and a corrupt Southern sheriff, as well as popular TV roles as a private investigator and a no-nonsense military man with children. But the role he recently faced at M. D. Anderson — lung cancer — wasn’t one for which he had studied or auditioned.