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Joni James Aldrich

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THE FIVE TO THRIVE® PLAN

An integrative approach to cancer prevention and treatment can positively transform the health of those affected by this disease. By educating people about lifestyle-based, integrative and scientifically-sound health promotion strategies, we will create deeper and more widespread wellness. More »

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Should Physicians Help Terminal Patients Die?

Should Physicians Help Terminal Patients Die? Arthur L. Caplan, PhD; Timothy E. Quill, MD; Howard Grossman, MD; Maurie Markman, MD; Farr A. Curlin, MD This is a increasingly common question from the

Cancer researchers: It’s time to pay more attention to ‘miracle’ patients

Cancer researchers: It’s time to pay more attention to ‘miracle’ patients By Erin Blakemore To Your Health August 26   Call it luck — or a medical miracle. During clinical trials for

Olanzapine Reduces Highly Emetogenic Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting

Olanzapine Reduces Highly Emetogenic Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting When combined with other agents, the antipsychotic olanzapine significantly reduced the incidence of nausea and improved antiemetic complete response rates among patients receiving highly

Study Finds Poor Understanding of Illness in Patients With Advanced Cancer

Study Finds Poor Understanding of Illness in Patients With Advanced Cancer Few patients with advanced cancer and a short life expectancy have an accurate understanding of their illness, according to a study

The National Cancer Moonshot Lifts Off

The National Cancer Moonshot Lifts Off To guarantee that the Cancer Moonshot’s approaches to accomplishing its mission are evidence-based, the National Cancer Institute has established a blue-ribbon panel of 28 experts in

Lung Cancer Screening: Beneficial for Certain Populations but Not Without Controversy

BE ADVISED THIS IS STILL CONTROVERSIAL DESPITE VERY ENCOURAAGING DSTS THAT OF USE LOW DOE  CAT SCAN TO SCREEN AT RICK POPULATION SOCIEY MAY SAVE LIVES AND HEARTACHE AND MONEY. IT IS

As Low-Dose CT Screening Moves Into the Clinic, Implementation Issues Move Up on the Agenda

As Low-Dose CT Screening Moves Into the Clinic, Implementation Issues Move Up on the Agenda Low-dose computed tomography (CT) screening for lung cancer in high-risk groups is moving into the clinic in

Doctor and former patients, both cancer survivors, train for triathlon

Doctor and former patients, both cancer survivors, train for triathlon Cancer survivor Barbara Irvine swims in the Spokane River in Coeur d’Alene on Thursday, July 21, 2106. The 80-year-old is taking on

Better 10-Year Survival Reported With Breast-Conserving Surgery and Radiotherapy vs Mastectomy in

Better 10-Year Survival Reported With Breast-Conserving Surgery and Radiotherapy vs Mastectomy in Early Breast Cancer The study is a bit thick so I’ll just summarize the Key Points Key Points With more

Relationships Among Financial Distress, Emotional Distress, and Overall Distress in Insured Patients With Cancer

Copyright © 2016 by American Society of Clinical Oncology Relationships Among Financial Distress, Emotional Distress, and Overall Distress in Insured Patients With Cancer Corresponding author: Yu-Ning Wong, MD, MSCE, Fox Chase Cancer