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Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Johnny Chang teaser image

Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Johnny Chang

Dr. Johnny Chang is a hematologist-oncologist at Cedars-Sinai Cancer of Tarzana. Dr. Chang is known for taking the time to really get to know his patients—and their pets. Read more...

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First Person: I joined a clinical trial—here's why and how it ...

Michelle Mindlin is highly experienced with cancer treatments. Over the course of a decade, the 66-year-old has survived—and thrived—thanks to cutting-edge care, a positive outlook...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jul 01, 2021

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Thevi's Story: Finding Beauty During Chemo

Last year in the midst of the pandemic, 19-year-old Thevi Jean-Louis was diagnosed with cancer. The seemingly healthy teenager was getting ready to start his sophomore year at Bard...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Jun 29, 2021

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Cancer Patients Find New Ways to Connect Virtually During COVI...

Going through cancer treatments is tough no matter what. During the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Arash Asher talks about how our virtual Wellness, Resilience and Survivorship programs ar...

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Why I Joined a Cancer Clinical Trial and Learned to Count Carb...

Cancer clinical trials aren't all about treatments: Michael Nelson joined a prostate cancer lifestyle trial. Here's what he learned. Read more.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / May 20, 2021

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A Lifesaving Second Opinion for Melanoma

When Kathy Dailey Ripperger was told she had stage 4 melanoma and only a year to live, she cried, yelled and got depressed. Then she decided to fight and sought a second lifesaving...

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Don't delay getting a skin exam. Here's what to expect.

It's National Skin Cancer Awareness Month! If caught early, skin cancer is curable, so a skin exam could save your life. Here's what to expect.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / May 17, 2021

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What You Need to Know About Melanoma

Dr. Omid Hamid, director of the Melanoma Program at Cedars-Sinai and chief of Translational Research and Immunotherapy at The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute shares the facts...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / May 03, 2021

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HPV Vaccine Recommendations Changed: Is It Right for You?

New recommendations for the HPV vaccine expand its usage beyond adolescents to all adults through age 26 and some people in the 27 to 45 age group. The vaccination protects against...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 19, 2021

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Bone Marrow Transplant Transforms Two Lives

A bone marrow transplant drastically changed the lives of both the donor Aline Muske and recipient, Christy Canin.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Apr 05, 2021

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At-Home Colorectal Cancer Screening: What You Should Know

Colonoscopy remains the gold standard for colon cancer screening, but at-home tests are an attractive alternative that may increase screening rates.

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Mar 08, 2021

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Don't Delay Urgent Health Needs

Urgent health needs won't wait for the COVID-19 pandemic to pass—and neither should you. Pain, cancer, diabetes, and heart problems need consistent treatment and management. When i...

Cedars-Sinai Magazine / Mar 08, 2021

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Active Surveillance for Thyroid Cancer

For patients with tiny, localized thyroid cancers, the standard of care is surgery. But Cedars-Sinai investigators are exploring the benefits of a different approach.

Discoveries / Mar 02, 2021

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Study Sheds Light on How Cancer Spreads in Blood

Cancer exists to spread, transported via the bloodstream by particles called extracellular vesicles. These particles are known to help cancer metastasize, but exactly how this happ...

Discoveries / Mar 02, 2021

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Supporting Cancer Patients Through a Comforting Retail Space

Pre- and post-mastectomy garments and compression garments for women and men, including head coverings, are just some of the carefully curated items available at the new retail the...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Feb 24, 2021