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Cancer Care Has A Long Way To Go To Meet LGBTQ Patients' Needs
LGBTQ patients have unique risk factors for cancer and oncologists admit they don’t know enough about them, a new national survey reveals.
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As A Doctor, I Thought I Knew Cancer Inside And Out. Then I Found Out I Had It.
Dr. Anthony Perre
, Guest Writer
I realized there was a whole other aspect to surviving cancer that I was nearly clueless about.
What’s The Risk Of Getting A Disease From A Used Needle?
Starbucks employees have expressed concern about the potential of being stuck by discarded hypodermic needles.
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He Hawks Young Blood As A New Miracle Treatment. All That's Missing Is Proof.
Jesse Karmazin claims he can fight aging, and a lot of people want to believe him.
Mother Accused Of Hiding Daughter's Diabetes Diagnosis As She Died
An investigation by KSDK showed that the girl's Type I diabetes was diagnosed twice, and her mother was informed both times.
Thousands Of Patients Warned Of Potential HIV, Hepatitis Exposure
Patients who were treated at HealthPlus Surgery Center in New Jersey have been notified following infection control breaches.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital After Cancer Surgery
The 85-year-old underwent surgery on Friday to remove two cancer growths from her lung.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Voted From Hospital To Block Trump Asylum Restrictions
85-year-old justice lives up to Notorious RBG nickname even after cancer surgery.
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Toddler With Cancer Who Needs Rare Blood Inspires Worldwide Search For Donors
OneBlood, a Florida blood distribution center, has launched the search to find matching blood donors for Zainab Mughal, a two-year-old with neuroblastoma.
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The HIV Epidemic Won’t End Until We Address Health Disparities In Communities Of Color
On the eve of World AIDS Day, hundreds of HIV organizations released a federal action roadmap to end the epidemic by 2025.
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How War Could Undermine One Of Medicine's Brightest Success Stories
Instability in central Africa could thwart efforts to wipe out a deadly disease.
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'Proud' Chinese Geneticist Says Another Baby-Gene Editing Volunteer Is Pregnant
By Holly Chik & Farah Master, Reuters
He Jiankui is now facing ethical questions over his alteration of the embryonic genes of twin girls born earlier this month to help protect them from HIV.
World’s First Gene-Edited Babies Could Set Genetic Science Backward, Experts Worry
“There’s a real question if whether the fear of AIDS and AIDS stigma became a way of recruiting parents into this research."
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The Most Important Tool For Doctors Fighting DRC's Ebola Crisis Isn't Medicine
, Guest Writer
An already-awful situation is worsening, fueled by mistrust and conspiracy concerns.
From Shell-Shock To PTSD, A Century Of Invisible War Trauma
The Conversation US
, Editorial Partner
Even after decades of studying combat-related trauma, we still don’t have a full understanding of just what PTSD is.
U.S. Ambassador To Russia Jon Huntsman Reveals Cancer Diagnosis
The former Utah governor has stage 1 cancer, he told a local paper.
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This Is What No One Tells You About Surviving Breast Cancer
, Guest Writer
In the weeks and months after the best-possible outcome, I felt lost.
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It Took 25 Years For Doctors To Diagnose Why I See Flying Monsters At Night
, Guest Writer
Alice in Wonderland syndrome is extremely rare but it's real and I have it.
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Cancer Patients Can Preserve Their Fertility, But Doctors Aren't Telling Them How
For some survivors, this is the only way they can become biological parents.
Here's 'Veep' Reason Julia Louis-Dreyfus Went Public With Cancer Fight
"I think people liked the fact that I had a sense of humor about it," the actress told Jimmy Kimmel.
New York Hunter Likely Died From Eating Squirrel Brains, Researchers Reveal
He was diagnosed with variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease after arriving at a hospital with muddled thinking and difficulty walking.
Why Am I So Sweaty?
Experts explain why you might perspire more than usual — and what to do about it.
Brendan McDermid / Reuters
Michael Bublé Is 'Absolutely Not' Retiring From Music (UPDATE)
Reports that the singer is calling it quits are untrue, according to a rep.
Experts Said A War Zone Ebola Outbreak Would Be A Nightmare. It’s Been Even Worse.
A surge in patients. Attacks against health workers. Money running out. What the outbreak has been like in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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3 Things You Can Do Right Now To Protect Your Brain From Memory Loss
By Beth Krietsch, On Assignment For HuffPost
Just because you're young doesn't mean you shouldn't care about dementia in the future.
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What To Do If You Feel Like You've Been Misdiagnosed By Your Doctor
By Kristin Lesko, On Assignment For HuffPost
Because this sadly happens more than you might think.
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