Category Archives: Living with Cancer

New video explains immunotherapy treatment options for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC)

by Tara Whithington, CAE – SITC Executive Director   What is cancer immunotherapy? How does immunotherapy work to control cancer? Should I consider participating in a cancer immunotherapy clinical trial? In response to patients’ questions like these, Society for Immunotherapy … Continue reading

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Doctor Priorities vs. Patient Priorities

For a doctor, the number one priority is treating the patient’s illness. But for patients, their number one priority isn’t always their disease. A disease is just one part of someone’s life. So, what happens when your priorities and your … Continue reading

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Exercising for wellness

Staying active when you are living with cancer can be a challenge. Fortunately, healthy physical activity does not have to be intense and strenuous. To help us dive into this topic, this week’s guest blogger is Carol Michaels, a cancer … Continue reading

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What exactly is a registry, anyway?

The Cancer Experience Registry serves a vital role in helping researchers better understand the cancer journey, but what exactly is the Cancer Experience Registry? Generally, a medical registry is a system for collecting, organizing and analyzing the experiences of individuals … Continue reading

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10 actions you can take to improve your quality of life

There is no right or wrong way to deal with cancer, but there are actions you can take while dealing with cancer that can help you to feel in control during your cancer journey. Below is an excerpt from The … Continue reading

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