Dr. Ramila Shilpakar shares what the cancer experience is like in Nepal, including the stigma surrounding the disease, how people with cancer access care, and how international organizations have helped to improve cancer care in the country.
People with cancer who have lost their job or have had a close family member lose vital income face tough decisions. Here are tips to deal with the uncertainty that comes with a job loss and steps to take to continue cancer treatment.
Biosimilars are biologically similar drugs to biologic treatments for cancer. Find out what they are, how they can be used to treat cancer, and how they can help lower the cost of cancer care.
There are many challenges that come along when a pet owner is diagnosed with cancer, including caring for your pet both financially and physically.
Turning 65 soon? These 5 tips can help make applying for Medicare easier so you can continue to get the cancer care you need.
What is access to cancer care like in the Philippines? Medical oncologist Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad shares her experiences and insights.
ASCO Annual Meeting 2019: Treatment Advances for Metastatic Prostate Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer, Multiple Myeloma Survival Factors, and Effects of the Affordable Care Act on Cancer Care
The ASCO Annual Meeting is where many new cancer research findings are announced. Today’s key research highlights include an effective medication for metastatic prostate cancer, targeted therapy that slows the growth of metastatic pancreatic cancer, how socioeconomic factors may affect survival for multiple myeloma, and how the ACA resulted in earlier treatment and improved equality in care.
Health insurance for cancer treatment can be less overwhelming by taking some simple steps.
Survivor and advocate Florence Kurttila describes her key takeaways from the 2019 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium.
Laredo, Texas, was ASCO President Dr. Bertagnolli’s latest stop in her ASCO in the Community tour. These visits are focused on understanding and addressing the barriers that prevent people from receiving quality cancer care. Local medical oncologist Dr. Eduardo Miranda shares what patients, caregivers, and health care providers in his community had to say.