Much of what’s known about breast cancer is based on studies of women; after Dr. Oliver Bogler was diagnosed, he decided to help change that
Feb. 8, 2016
| By Dr. Sabrina Richards / Fred Hutch News Service
Much of what’s known about breast cancer is based on studies of women. After Dr. Oliver Bogler was diagnosed, he decided to help change that and embarked on a journey as a cancer patient and clinical trial participant, aiming to provide science more insight into male breast cancer in every way possible.
Tattoos, feats of strength and fundraising are some of the ways patients observe significant dates
April 14, 2014
| By Diane Mapes
Some run marathons, sponsor fundraisers or spend the day in prayer. Others purchase plaques, throw toney soirees or travel to meaningful locales to mark their “cancerversaries,” those key dates that fall a year (or more) out from diagnosis, surgery and/or the end of treatment.
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