Please note: While our archived programs have great information, they are in an area we are no longer actively maintaining. Since medical progress marches ahead, please see your own doctor and other resources for the latest medical information that’s right for you.

Archived Programs

Managing Cancer Fears: A Spouse’s Emotional Journey As a Caregiver

What is the best way to provide support to a loved one fighting an aggressive cancer? George Stapleton talks about his emotional journey as a caregiver and shares tips how to provide the best possible support to a loved one fighting for their life.

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Can Chemo Be Safe for Patients Who Are Pregnant?

Women who are diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy have had tough decisions. Will the baby be safe? Should they delay treatment? Dr. Frederic Amant discusses a new study.

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New Drug Improves Treatment for Nausea and Vomiting During Chemo

Nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy affects many cancer patients. New research released at the ESMO congress in Madrid shows a new medicine can last longer and bring relief to more patients.

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Why Should Patients Be Excited About Precision Oncology?

What does precision oncology or personalized medicine for cancer really mean for now and the future? A leading breast cancer expert from Italy shares his global view from the ESMO congress in Madrid.

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Rediscovering Yourself After Cancer

Cancer is one of the toughest battles any patient will have to fight in their lifetime. But upon successful treatment, is there also a new person that emerges? Is it possible to rediscover yourself? Hilde Stapleton talks about how she rediscovered herself after advanced melanoma and how she was able to find joy in the small things in life.

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Staying Positive During Cancer Treatment

How do you remain positive while undergoing cancer treatment? Dianne Stewart, a stage IV lung cancer patient currently undergoing treatment, takes us on her journey through diagnosis, her metamorphosis and the newfound pleasure she takes in encouraging other patients.

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When Cancer Returns: Coping with Recurrence As a Family

The fear of cancer recurrence is normal among cancer survivors. It was no different for 3-time sarcoma survivor, Tish Beck. How can patients help themselves and their families not to be paralyzed by fear of a recurrence? Tish Beck shares how she and her family coped.

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How Can Cancer Survivors Help the Newly Diagnosed?

Dr. Bob Boyd made the transition from delivering over 10,000 babies to giving back to cancer survivors in a big way.

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Coping with Cancer As a Couple

Tish and Rob Beck explain how cancer brought them closer together and share their advice for coping with a cancer diagnosis.

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So…can we talk about lung cancer?

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