The American Cancer Society is recruiting men and women across the
United States and Puerto Rico for a landmark new research study to better
understand the genetic, environmental and other factors that may cause or
After Sean Dush finished the treatment for his ALL, he had a decision to make. His treatment protocol for ALL included maintenance therapy for three years to give him the best chance of being cured. But with long-term treatment comes long-term side effects.
Many side effects of treatment can induce bone loss, cause thinning of the
bones (osteopenia) and increase the risk of fractures. Keeping your bones strong and
healthy is more than just a good idea. It can also be a lifesaver.