Paths of Progress Fall/Winter 2008

Paths of Progress Fall/Winter 2008 CoverA 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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  • What Is a Cure?

    Advances in research and in our understanding of its underpinnings are changing how we talk about treating and curing cancer.

  • Ups and Downs for Cancer Patients

    With support and understanding from friends, family, and caregivers, patients navigate the many obstacles on the road to recovery.

  • Lung Distance

    As researchers unravel the genetic mysteries of lung cancer, they’re extending the reach of treatment for the disease.

  • Leading the Way

    For 10 years, members of the Patient and Family Advisory Councils have been tireless advocates for the power of patient-family centered care.

  • Journey to the Center of Cancer Diagnosis

    On its travels from laboratory to laboratory, a tumor leaves behind a critical trail of knowledge, discovery, and diagnosis.

  • First Person: Cori Liptak, PhD

    Senor psychologist Cori Liptak, PhD, talks about the vital role the psychosocial clinician plays in treating both pediatric patients and their families.

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