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

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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Establishing and Coordinating Caregiver Roles

How can family and friends rally together to help a loved one during a health crisis? Sherea Cary provides tips on recruiting family and friends for caregiver roles when a family member is dealing with a major health concern.

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Doctor Turned Cancer Survivor Counsels Newly Diagnosed

Dr. Bob Boyd, a former OB-GYN, was diagnosed with advanced cancer after a routine exam. Now, as a survivor, he gives hope to the newly diagnosed and encourages other survivors to do the same. Watch.

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How to Be a Valuable Advocate for Your Loved One

When your loved one is diagnosed with cancer, how can you best help them? Sherea Cary, a caregiver and communications specialist, explains how her father’s prostate cancer diagnosis changed her life and encouraged her to take action.

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Choosing the Safest Treatment for Pediatric Brain Cancers

Finding the right treatment for children can be a complicated matter. Dr. Nalin Gupta outlines the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to treat pediatric brain and spinal tumors.

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Beating Pediatric Cancer and Living Well

Dr. Robert Goldsby, Director of The Survivors of Childhood Cancer Program at Benioff Children's Hospital, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center, explains how many pediatric patients beat cancer and can live well, especially with today's current treatment options. Patients can be empowered to know about their unique risks, monitor their health and connect with a survivorship program to gain support for their long-term medical care.

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Cancer and Humor: The Man with the Pink Ribbon Tattoo

Breast cancer in men? Very uncommon. One man's funny story with lessons for all of us.

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Stupid Cancer: Teaching Young Adults with Cancer to Keep Fighting

Learn how The Stupid Cancer! Foundation is bringing young adults with cancer and those who have survived it together...

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Page last updated on October 27, 2010