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How To Research Your Cancer

To research your cancer, first you need to gather basic information about your cancer, its staging, prognosis and treatment. I recommend starting with basic consumer level information - and reading several different accounts. From there, you have the power to probe deeply into the technical literature to investigate the latest and most promising treatments. The articles in this section will show you where and how to find that information, and then how to make sense of it.

This isn't easy and there are downsides. I suggest you start reading my article on the Pros and Cons of Researching Your Cancer.

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Articles to Help You Understand What You Find

The emphasis here is helping you to decode technical information that you find such as journal articles, and helping you to apply what you learn to your own situation to maximize your odds.

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Page Created: July 21, 2004, Last Updated: September 14, 2004