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Ribociclib (Kisqali®)

Ribociclib is a medication used in combination with another medication, called an aromatase inhibitor. It inhibits cyclin D1/CDK4 and CDK6, which are enzymes that promote cell division and multiplication in cancer cells. This slows the growth of the tumor. These medications are given together because they can keep metastatic cancer from growing for longer periods of time.

First Bite Syndrome

First bite syndrome is a side effect of head and neck cancer that causes pain in the mouth when salivating or taking the first bites of food during a meal or snack. 

Cervical Dystonia

Cervical dystonia is a side effect which causes neck muscles to contract on their own causing abnormal movements and abnormal posture of the head and neck.

Blogs

OncoLink's Blogs give our readers a chance to react to and comment on key cancer news topics and provides a forum for OncoLink Experts and readers to share opinions and learn from each other.


Integrative Medicine: It’s Just Good Practice
by The 4Wholeness Team
Mar 23, 2017


Cancer and Financial Toxicity: 6 Tactics
by Marlys Johnson
Mar 20, 2017


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March is National Nutrition Month!

Nutrition is an important piece of cancer treatment and supportive care. Visit the Nutrition Nuggets blog for helpful videos and articles. Learn more about nutrition during and after treatment, find healthy recipes and other helpful articles to support your nutritional needs during and after cancer.

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Need Cancer Patient Education Tools?

Our award winning cancer education content is now available for licensing and syndication.

Participate in the Survey

Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey
Radiation Dematitis Skin

Please help us to better understand skin cream usage for patients who develop skin redness/irritation during radiation therapy. We are very interested in the opinions and experience of both patients and providers regarding skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions. Your participation in this survey would be much appreciated.

I Wish U Knew!

I Wish U Knew is a video series featuring oncology professionals and survivors discussing what they wish patients and the public knew about cancer.