Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that accounts for the majority of skin cancer deaths, and
The FDA has recently approved a new treatment indication for CAR-T cell therapy, Yescarta (axicabtagene ciloleucel). The treatment is
A medical summary is a document of your personal health history listed in chronological order. It has
When dealing with cancer, it’s only natural that it may bring up many different feelings and concerns,
By Dr. Daniel Vorobiof, Chief Medical Director of Belong.Life. While cancer continues to be the second most
It is a well-known fact that too many patients with chronic diseases (MS, cancer, etc.), might go
How do we get back to who we were before? This was a question asked in one
Telemedicine is an innovative technology that as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, has been utilized
Kindness is defined as acts of care and consideration towards others, without expecting anything in return. True, creator of the world’s largest social and professional network for cancer patients, recently launched a dedicated
The role of sex as part of physical intimacy is only one of several types of intimacy
Over the past 20 years, there has been a slowly but steady increase in the number of
Hormones are natural chemicals moving through the bloodstream until they reach a target organ delivering instructions telling
Crying connects people, evokes an empathetic and compassionate response, allows and invites support. Even newborn babies make
Some tips to help you perfect the waiting game: One of the lessons a cancer diagnosis brings
In a recent clinical trial, the efficacy of music and back massage for pain & fatigue was
The main consideration for doctors regarding which test to choose (CT, PET-CT, MRI, or Ultrasound) is the
Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma (NHL) begins in the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system and comprises
NSCLC-non-small cell lung cancer is the most prevalent type of lung cancer. Other kinds of lung cancer
Multiple myeloma, also known as myeloma, is a type of bone marrow cancer. Bone marrow is the
Melanoma develops in the melanocytes, the cells that produce melanin (the pigment that gives the skin its
The treatment routine isn’t easy.  Side effects, bureaucracy, pressure and anxiety.  All these will affect your quality
RCC-Renal cell carcinoma is the most common type of kidney cancer. The disease occurs when a tumor
Colon and rectal cancers are often grouped since they share several features. Colorectal cancer usually originates from
Several tips provided by other users in Belong. This time, tips that will help you prepare ahead
Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the cells of the breast tissues.  Breast cancer can occur in
CAN I CHAT WITH DOCTORS THROUGH THE APP? Yes, there are several public groups that allow you to
You may find yourself asking the question, “Why should I try something that offers no guarantee?” This
Cancer can affect eating habits in many ways. It might be completely different before, during and after
The purpose of cancer treatments is to destroy cancer cells. Unfortunately, the treatments (chemotherapy, radiation and more)
Transitional cell carcinoma is the most prevalent type of bladder cancer. The disease occurs when a tumor
When you receive a cancer diagnosis, it can be incredibly shocking You may have a million questions:
When coping with cancer, a clinical trial can sometimes be the best or the only way to
Dr. Daniel Vorobiof,Chief Medical Director at Belong.Life explains: The swapping of DNA between the chromosomes leads to
Dr. Daniel Vorobiof, Chief Medical Director at Belong.Life explains: Normal human cells growth and function is mainly
Tumors that start within the spinal cord or the brain are called primary brain tumors. Although there
A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, confusing and can raise multiple questions and concerns. Now what? Stress,
A cancer diagnosis is life-altering, impacting the individual, their family, and the entire social circle. Emotional support
Yoga is one of the most popular complementary treatments for managing cancer symptoms and therapy side-effects. About
Having cancer is often one of the most stressful and hardest experiences someone can have in their
Intimacy, expressed in different ways, is an important component of a healthy relationship. For many couples, intimate
For many years, patients receiving chemotherapy were frustrated by the mental and memory cloudiness they sometimes noticed
Palliative care has long been associated with end-of-life care, and it will always fill that critical need,
We have summarized some of the actions and gestures that helped the Belong users the most, regarding
During your cancer journey, you have probably encountered the term ‘’tumor markers’’.  There are two distinct types
Many cancer survivors struggle with lots of thoughts and fears of the future, the dread of uncertainty
CAR (Chimeric Antigen Receptor)-Tcell therapy is a type of immunotherapy drug that changes the patient’sown T cells so
Mobile apps have now become a necessary part of life. They are often used as a form
Do you tend to ask other people to repeat themselves over and over again? Do you feel
Hiccups happen when the diaphragm, which is the predominant muscle used in breathing, contracts uncontrollably and frequently
As the Coronavirus spreads throughout the world, many cancer patients express their concern in light of a
Have you heard of a cancer patient who was refused a wire transfer due to an unrecognizable
We are excited and proud to share with you that the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
Numerous people going through cancer treatments suffer from insomnia, which may include difficulty falling asleep, waking up
Cancer can affect eating habits in many ways. It might be completely different before, during and after
Cancer and some cancer treatments can lead to severe oral fungal infections due to candidiasis and also
Brachytherapy, sometimes also called internal radiation therapy, is a type of radiation therapy for treating cancer. The
When was the last time you laughed so hard tears came to your eyes? Most likely, it’s
”I feel faint”, ”I feel as if I’m going to fall”, ”I’m dizzy”, ”I’m lightheaded”, ”I’m just
Masks During the Days of COVID-19: Nowadays, the mask became an integral part of our daily life.
Over the past decade, there have been significant advances in cancer treatment and research. A large part
Can I drink alcohol while on chemotherapy? Well – it depends. First, it depends on how much
Treatments headaches are a possible side effect of different types of cancer treatments. These include some chemotherapy
When I was first diagnosed with breast cancer, I went into fight mode and fought like hell
To all couples going through this journey, may this letter bring you hope and inspiration. Dearest, I
Pain could be experienced in a physical, emotional, or psychological way. Whichever way you feel it, well,
Prostate Cancer: Risk Factors, Diagnosis & Treatment OptionsBy Dr. Daniel A. Vorobiof, M.D., Medical Director of Belong.Life The
Justine Friedman Clinical Dietician The goal of the diet is to put the body into a state
The Clinical Trial Team-Belong Women with breast cancer generally do not communicate with the medical team their
Justine Friedman from the Belong Diet, Nutrition & Cancer group shares some ideas for gut friendly foods
The Clinical Trial Team – Belong In a UK clinical trial, researchers examined whether exercise could improve
New FDA Approval for CML Petients Asciminib (Scemblix) was recently approved for the following indications: For patients
Do you tend to ask other people to repeat themselves over and over again? Do you feel

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