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Knowledge vs. Cancer

Fighting cancer with everything we know™

We believe that knowledge is power. And in the fight versus cancer, AccessHope deploys the latest evidence-based recommendations, research, knowledge, and insights to employees and their treating oncologists across the country, regardless of their zip code.

What’s new in oncology

For people with cancer to enjoy longer, healthier lives, leaps forward in biomedical research are required. Dedicated investigators have advanced the fight against cancer on many fronts over the last year, and we’re happy to share good news about some of the latest developments.

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Liver cancer: What you need to know

Your liver is an essential organ with several critical functions, including digestion and detoxification. Much like other organs in the body, the liver is not immune to the threat of cancer. Fortunately, liver cancer is relatively rare, offering some solace in the face of this potential risk. However, it’s important to acknowledge that the number of liver cancer cases is steadily increasing.

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What is perioperative therapy for early-stage lung cancer?

Lung cancer can be a complex disease, and oncologists are finding that the best way to fight it involves more than one treatment. While surgery is a common way to treat early-stage lung cancer, fortifying surgery with other modes of therapy can lead to the best outcomes. And that’s where perioperative therapy for early-stage lung cancer comes in.

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What is immunotherapy for cancer?

The immune system is the body’s network of cells and organs that help fend off infections and other diseases, including cancer. Conceptually, cancer evolution requires immune evasion. The immune system can be armed and trained to fight cancer, and immunotherapy uses a person’s own immune system to fight certain cancers.

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What is radiation therapy?

Radiation therapy is high-energy X-ray that has been used to kill cancer cells for more than 100 years. There are different types of radiation such as proton therapy and photon therapy (conventional radiation).

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Cancer Treatment: An Overview

Cancer treatment is not one-size-fits-all, and the goals of therapy may be different across individuals who require treatment. It typically involves local, systematic therapy, and precision oncology.

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What is chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy is medication used to destroy cancer cells. This may cure the cancer or slow its growth. It may also ease cancer symptoms by shrinking tumors that are causing problems.

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Body image and cancer treatment

Your body image is your mental picture of how you look. Before cancer, you were used to the picture of yourself that you carried in your mind. If the illness or its treatment has affected your appearance, it’s natural to have feelings about that. In some cases, it may take time to feel comfortable in your skin again. Here’s what to expect and tips on how to cope.

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UT Southwestern Medical Center Partners with AccessHope to extend nationwide access to cancer expertise 

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