An oncology nurse practitioner is an APRN (advanced practice registered nurse), a clinician with specialized training and experience in caring for cancer patients.

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Our focus is that of the COVID-19 virus, seeking intervention to lessen its adverse impact. Alpha lipoic acid is a compound whose use and research-proven benefit stem over 40 years.

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The risk of getting head and neck cancer increases after age 40. While smoking is the number one risk factor, 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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According to the Centers for Disease Control, almost 1,000 colorectal cancer deaths could be prevented each year if enough people get screened for the disease. But about one-third of adults aged 50 or older, the age group at greatest colorectal cancer risk, have not been screened as recommended.

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We often associate post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with wars, natural disasters, and other life-threatening events. But post-traumatic stress (PTS), a less severe form, can occur when one faces cancer. PTS can also occur at any time during or after treatment, from cancer diagnosis onward, and it can also strike parents of childhood cancer survivors.

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