November 20, 2020
Colorectal Cancer That Has Spread to the Liver: What You Should Know
If you or a loved one is dealing with colorectal cancer that has spread to the liver (colorectal liver metastasis), here’s some hopeful news: although the condition has long been difficult to treat, recent advances are making a big impact. Unlike primary... read more
November 20, 2020
Exercise During Cancer Treatment: What You Should Know
A cancer diagnosis can upend your life. But, some routines—like physical activity and exercise—should continue to be part of your day. “There’s been a great deal of research in the last ten years that supports people exercising throughout their cancer... read more
November 20, 2020
Can Jaundice Be a Sign of Cancer?
Cancers of the pancreas, liver, and bile duct don’t always show symptoms early on. But sometimes, they give off a warning sign that’s easy to spot—jaundice. Marked by a yellowing of the skin or eyes, jaundice happens when a person’s blood contains high... read more
November 12, 2020
Facts About Multiple Myeloma
Every year, approximately 32,000 people in the United States learn they have multiple myeloma, a type of blood cancer that primarily affects people age 65 and older. Here are some key facts to know about this fairly rare cancer, and what you should keep an... read more
November 2, 2020
The Latest Innovation in Diagnosing Lung Cancer
A rapid, accurate diagnosis is always the goal when dealing with cancer. It is particularly important for lung cancer, which is the leading cause of cancer deaths. Cancerous nodules in the lungs can be small and found in hard-to-reach areas, making biopsies... read more
October 30, 2020
Skin Cancer Screening: When to Get Screened and What to Expect
While skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, its two most common types (basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma) are usually curable with appropriate and prompt treatment. While this is good news, some skin cancers (including... read more