March 20, 2019
Coping With Cancer When You’re Single
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is always hard. But when you’re single or living alone, it can sometimes be even more difficult. You might be used to doing things on your own if you don’t have a partner or spouse. However, now isn’t the time to try to go... read more
March 20, 2019
Where You Get Your Scans Makes a Difference
Imaging plays a major role in cancer care—from diagnosing your cancer to treating it, to tracking its progress. So, if you haven’t committed to having all of your scans performed at a specialty center, you might be missing out on some valuable benefits... read more
March 14, 2019
Obesity: A Growing Risk For Cancer
Many people know that being overweight can increase the chances of developing some serious health problems like heart disease and diabetes. But there’s another health risk from too many pounds that is often overlooked: Cancer. And it’s a risk that shouldn’t... read more
March 13, 2019
Less Can Mean More When it Comes to Treating Some Cases of Prostate an...
Less can sometimes mean more. And over the last decade, this principle has been increasing in popularity when approaching treatment for some types of cancer; bladder and prostate cancer being two of them. Treatment approaches for bladder and prostate... read more
March 4, 2019
10 Common Questions About Cancer, Answered
When it comes to cancer, sometimes the simplest questions go unasked. Here are 10 common—and important—questions people often think about. 1. Who gets cancer? Anyone can get cancer, although the risk goes up with age. Your individual risk depends on... read more
February 21, 2019
Anemia: Be Aware of This Cancer-Related Risk
Cancer and its treatments can cause a variety of side effects, and one that you might not know about is anemia. But if you develop this condition, treating it can make you feel better almost immediately—and help you get back to effectively fighting your... read more