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Tara Hoffman, 44, was diagnosed with breast cancer in early 2016 during a regular mammogram. At the time, she was training for a 10-mile race and concerned about ramifications of treatment on her active lifestyle.
The head of our Cancer Innovation Center, discuss how cancer survivors should get active to prevent or reverse the effects of their treatments
The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab is aiming to utilize translational research at its highest level. And, as a physical therapist, Meghan has a front-row seat.
New study proposes systematic screening to identify and address the phenomenon of “chemo fog,” a cognitive condition affecting thinking, perception and communication.