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Keeping a Close Watch on Patients' Fitness

More than just wristwatches, wearable fitness trackers can help assess patients’ health, and the ONS Foundation plans to fund research into the devices.
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Health Care in Transition

The nation’s cancer care system is becoming more aware of, and sensitive to, the needs of the LGBTQ community.
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Hope Comes in Many Forms for Patients With Cancer

For many with glioblastoma, there’s no clear path after standard therapy, but scientists are exploring an array of new options.
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Can Fitness Trackers Improve Health in Cancer Survivors?

Experts are exploring whether wearable fitness trackers can improve health during and after cancer treatment.
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The Nose Knows: Can Dogs Be Trained to Sniff Out Cancer?

Scientists are working to harness dogs’ ability to sniff out cancer.
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All in the Family: Discussing Screenings and Preventative Surgery for Inherited Cancers

Screening and preventative surgery are common strategies for those with inherited predispositions to cancer.
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By Your Side: Oncology Nurses Provide Care, Inspiration

With help from the ONS Foundation, oncology nurses provide care that merges education with inspiration.
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Right on the Head: JAK Inhibitors May Reverse Hair Loss

JAK inhibitors, used to treat blood and autoimmune disorders, also reverse one type of hair loss.
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Crowdfunding for Cancer Care: A Virtual Safety Net

As the costs of cancer care rise, crowdfunding is helping some patients avoid a financial crash.
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Hitting a Nerve: Nerve Damage From Cancer Treatment Can Impair Sexual Function

Nerve and other damage from cancer treatments can impair men’s sexual function, and adjusting can be a challenge.
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