After Battling Cancer, Survivors Should Keep an Eye Out for Endocrine Disease, According to One Study
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After Battling Cancer, Survivors Should Keep an Eye Out for Endocrine Disease, According to One Study

A recently published study found that, out of the people studied, young cancer survivors were more likely to develop endocrine diseases than people who had no history of cancer. The…

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Study Offers Free Screening for Cancer and BRCA Mutations for Ashkenazi Jewish Community
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Study Offers Free Screening for Cancer and BRCA Mutations for Ashkenazi Jewish Community

According to a story from Jewish Community Voice, the BRCA Founder Outreach Study, which is a national, cancer-focused research study, is offering free screenings for people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.…

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A Woman Diagnosed With Soft Part Sarcoma Received Treatment With the Help of Miracle Flights
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A Woman Diagnosed With Soft Part Sarcoma Received Treatment With the Help of Miracle Flights

Miracle Flights help children to fly to access medical treatment. They work to support people like Shelby, who was diagnosed with alveolar soft part sarcoma at the age of seventeen.…

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Boxing with Parkinson’s? A Non-Profit Org Makes it Happen
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Boxing with Parkinson’s? A Non-Profit Org Makes it Happen

Most of us are familiar with Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson’s disease is a central nervous system disorder affecting movement. It is a progressive disease and develops gradually, sometimes starting with a subtle tremor in…

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