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A selection of articles from the Fall/Winter issue 2008 of Paths of Progress, along with exclusive, online-only stories and features.
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Advances in research and in our understanding of its underpinnings are changing how we talk about treating and curing cancer.
With support and understanding from friends, family, and caregivers, patients navigate the many obstacles on the road to recovery.
As researchers unravel the genetic mysteries of lung cancer, they’re extending the reach of treatment for the disease.
For 10 years, members of the Patient and Family Advisory Councils have been tireless advocates for the power of patient-family centered care.
On its travels from laboratory to laboratory, a tumor leaves behind a critical trail of knowledge, discovery, and diagnosis.
Senor psychologist Cori Liptak, PhD, talks about the vital role the psychosocial clinician plays in treating both pediatric patients and their families.