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Network newsletter is published quarterly by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. It features topics of interest to cancer patients, loved ones, caregivers and health care professionals. Topics include clinical trials, treatments, research, coping resources and patient profiles.

Cover story:

Insurance Confidential

Ricki Hasou has seen the health insurance game from both sides. Now she helps cancer patients figure out how to deal with their managed care plans. More

Ta-da! It's Our New Logo

MD Anderson has introduced a new logo, which integrates its mission of eliminating cancer into the institution’s name. The red line striking through the word “Cancer” translates the “Making Cancer History®” tagline into a dramatic visual signature. Learn more about the new logo.

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Young Brain Cancer Survivor Stays Upbeat

Benjamin Chang believes anything is possible. Even after losing most of his vision to a brain tumor, he strives to inspire and encourage others. More

Talking to Your Children About Cancer

Cancer is not a subject easily discussed with children. But if you're a cancer patient, it's imperative to provide them with honest information about your illness. More

Tired of Being Tired?

Cancer-related fatigue is one of the most troublesome side effects of cancer and cancer treatment. An
M. D. Anderson expert weighs in on the topic. More

Reframing Experience, Redefining Goals

We all know someone who has responded to seemingly unbearable hardship or loss with grace, restraint and even humor. Is it resilience? Can it be taught or learned? More

Share Your Cancer Experience

The Anderson Network is looking for people who are willing to share their cancer experience with newly diagnosed patients. More

Save the date: Anderson Network Cancer Survivorship Conference — Sept. 24-25, 2010