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Cancer Today Magazine Explores the Affordable Care Act, Post-Treatment Anxiety, and New Options for Prostate Cancer

January 28, 2014
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PHILADELPHIA — The Winter 2013/14 issue of Cancer Today, a publication of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), features stories on the impact of health care reform on cancer patients, anxiety’s effects on cancer survivors and their spouses, and the latest developments in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment. Cancer Today 2013/14 Winter Issue

Published quarterly by the AACR, Cancer Today is an authoritative resource for cancer patients, survivors, and their family members and friends. In every issue, Cancer Today offers information and inspiration to help readers face the challenges of diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, and caregiving.

This issue of Cancer Today includes “Health Care Reform: What Does It Mean to You?,” a Q&A that explains how the complex Affordable Care Act could affect people undergoing cancer treatment. “Prostate Cancer, Redefined” highlights new options for patients and their caregivers as they navigate a prostate cancer diagnosis. “High Anxiety” describes research suggesting that fear and worry may persist long after cancer treatment ends.

Also, Cancer Today interviews Lisa Niemi Swayze, widow of actor Patrick Swayze and author of Worth Fighting For: Love, Loss and Moving Forward, a memoir about caring for her husband for 21 months and her experiences after his death.

To read these stories and others, go to Cancer Today, or follow the magazine on Facebook and Twitter.

Cancer Today also publishes a free monthly e-newsletter, which contains links to web exclusives, information about events and resources, and highlights from new issues. Click here to sign up.

Media are welcome to use information from Cancer Today; however, we ask that you cite the source.

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