NCCS says you are a cancer survivor from your day of diagnosis through the rest of your life.

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More than 59,000 people worldwide die each year from metastatic malignant melanoma. For almost half a century, this aggressive disease has been resistant to radiation..

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People who use both tobacco and alcohol are many times more likely to get head and neck cancer than people with neither habit.

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People undergoing cancer treatment can experience progressive weight loss and poor nutrition, which can, in turn, affect their treatment.

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“What doesn’t our brain do for our body?” asks Wendy Hall, LCSW at the Robert…

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