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July 2001
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The Importance of Sleep

One of the most common side effects of cancer and its treatment is simply getting the right amount of sleep. At certain times during treatment and recovery you will need more sleep than usual. However, at many other times, getting sufficient sleep can be a challenge. Anxiety, depression, discomfort and pain can all affect your ability to sleep.
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Behind the Breast Cancer Statistics

In their combined annual report to the nation on cancer incidence rates and mortality, the National Cancer Institute, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Cancer Society touted that overall cancer death rates continue to decline. However, a disturbing increase in breast cancer incidence continues-possibly due to dramatic increases in mammography screening.
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Complementary Approaches

Vitamin C Under Siege

Other Features

FDA Approves Broader Use for CAD

Influences on Mammography Screening Levels

Bush Commits to Breast Cancer Research

The Overlooked (and Overworked) Caregiver

Smart Probe for Diagnosing Breast Cancer

Separating Medical Fact From Fiction

Success Factors for Quitting Smoking

The Importance of Informed Consent

Pain Management in Elderly Patients

HRT May Not Be As Risky

Challenging Medicare Coverage for PET Imaging

Preventing Obesity to Prevent Cancer

New Wave of Cancer Drugs

More Bad News for High-Dose Chemo

Tamoxifen in the News


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