Each year, the American Cancer Society publishes data that gives a review of cancer statistics with foundational data that tells us about new cases in the U.S. and details on incidence and survival statistics state by state, overall and by cancer type. The latest report, which made headlines for a historic drop in cancer deaths, […]
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Clement Okoh is a cancer survivor, author, entrepreneur….and proud grandfather. Cancer Matters is sharing book excerpts of his personal journey, “OSONDU,", an inspiring story of hope. Photo: Me and Dr. Eugene Shenderov Read part 1 here: PART 1, PART 2, PART 3 -- OSONDU – Generating Action for Cancer Prevention and Donations to Cancer Causes […]
Cancer death rates in the U.S. took the “biggest single-year drop ever,” according to a new report by the American Cancer Society. Improvements in the screening and treatment of lung cancer, the 2nd most common cancer and leading cancer killer, are a main contributor to this positive trend. Julie Brahmer, M.D., Director of the Kimmel […]
Clement Okoh is a cancer survivor, author, entrepreneur….and proud grandfather. Cancer Matters is sharing book excerpts of his personal journey, “OSONDU,", an inspiring story of hope. Photo: Me with RN's Michaella Iacoboni and Manny Bravo. Read part 1 here: PART 1, PART 2 -- OSONDU – Agency, Hope and Survival (part 3) It’s nearly impossible […]
Patrick Personne was not surprised when his doctor told him he had lung cancer. The 62-year-old had been a smoker for more than 40 years, so when he began feeling ill and developed a nagging cough, lung cancer certainly came to mind. What did surprise him, however, was learning about a new type of treatment […]
In this podcast from Sibley Integrative Medicine, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral talk to Margaret Cohen and Kristen Pruski from the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation about the benefits of charitable giving and the differences that donations can make in the health outcomes of others.