January 3, 2023 Claudio Martin, MD
En esta publicación “El cáncer en mi comunidad”, el Dr. Claudio Martin describe cómo es la atención oncológica en Argentina, incluido lo que lo llevó a tener una carrera profesional en oncología y el trabajo que se está realizando para reducir las desigualdades en la atención y ampliar el acceso a los ensayos clínicos. Read More
January 3, 2023 Claudio Martin, MD
In this “Cancer in My Community” post, Dr. Claudio Martin describes what cancer care is like in Argentina, including what led him to a career in oncology and the work being done to reduce inequities in care and expand access to clinical trials. Read More
December 29, 2022 Reverend Tawana Davis, PhD
Metastatic breast cancer survivor Reverend Tawana Davis, PhD, shares what it was like being diagnosed with advanced cancer, how she coped with treatment side effects, and how she is choosing to live with gratitude. Read More
December 27, 2022 Rachael Kearney
Survivor Rachael Kearney describes what it was like being diagnosed and treated for esophageal cancer, how she adjusted to the life changes her treatment brought, and how her cancer diagnosis led her to finding a new life purpose. Read More
December 22, 2022 Kate Ruder
People with cancer are often immunocompromised as a result of cancer and its treatments. This could put them at greater risk for infection, so it’s important to prevent the spread of germs during a visit. Here, find practical guidance on what you can do to keep your loved one safe during a visit. Read More