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Voices of Hodgkin’s Blog
Voices of Hodgkin’s Blog
‘Patient Is Otherwise Healthy’
JCO Oncology Practice –

Being diagnosed with cancer at any age puts many in a tailspin.

Cardiovascular Care of Pediatric Cancer Survivors: Mitigating a Lifelong Risk
HemOnc Today –

Cardiovascular screening is critical for Hodgkin Lymphoma survivors. Anthracyclines and radiation put childhood cancer survivors at higher risk for heart failure and heart disease.

The Rise of the Expert Patient in Cancer: From Backseat Passenger to Co-Navigator
American Society of Clinical Oncology Journal –

Long-term survivors have been using the internet to understand their Late Effects for years. The value of self-advocacy is highlighted in this article.

Life After Cancer: More Survivors Live Longer, Face New Health Challenges
USA Today –

​More cancer patients live longer. Few get the help they need to stay healthy. 50-year Hodgkin Lymphoma survivor, Susan Leigh, describes the challenges of long-term cancer survivors.

As the War on Cancer Turns 50, Earlier Diagnoses and Treatments are Saving Lives
AARP –

A wonderful history of the “War on Cancer” and includes several quotes from Dr. Vincent DeVita–one of our Hodgkin lymphoma heroes! Also mentioned in the article is our “own” Susie Leigh, fellow long-term Hodgkin lymphoma survivor.

Hodgkin Lymphoma Survivors: We Need to Do Better
ASCO Connecion –

In this issue of the Journal, de Vries and colleagues examine the cause-specific late mortality among a multi-center Dutch cohort of Hodgkin lymphoma survivors.