The Cancer Genome Atlas Project is underway and the goal is to fundamentally understand all of the parts that might “break” so that accurate diagnoses can be made and specific treatments can be designed.
The federal government and hundreds of stakeholder representatives from public, non-profit, academic and corporate groups come together for a week of activity each year.
Starting today, insurance plans will be required to cover preventative women’s health screenings without charging a copay or counting towards a deductible.
Too often, cancer survivors learn to live with the pain and pitfalls of this disease simply because they can?t find the right resources. That?s why the we launched our 2012 Cancer Survivor Survey.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation?s Director of Public Policy, Loyce Pace-Bass, discusses what is at stake for people affected by cancer.
Finding avenues to share research and learn ways to turn big data into useful, practical solutions for patients, doctors, researchers and policymakers.
The US Preventive Services Task Force issued a draft recommendation against the use of PSA-based screening for prostate cancer.
Healthy ATX launched today. Healthy ATX is an education initiative to create a dialog with the people of Central Texas about this region?s immediate and future health care needs.
Texas State Representative, Ruth Jones McClendon, talks about how she gives back to the cancer community by highlighting the disproportionate impact of cancer on the minority population in Texas.
At the end of the day when you can’t speak and decisions need to be made, wouldn’t you want your wishes carried out?