August 31, 2020
Do You Need a Cancer Screening This Fall?
If you cleared your summer calendar to make time for more warm weather fun, fall may feel like the right time to tackle some things on your to-do list. That might include important health tasks, like getting screened for cancer.   Screening tests can help... read more
August 20, 2020
What Everyone Should Know About Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Levels
Screening for prostate cancer often involves a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, which measures the level of PSA (a protein made by the prostate) in the blood. When your PSA level is elevated, it could be a sign of prostate cancer. Because of this, an... read more
August 17, 2020
Facts About COVID-19 Through the Lens of a Virus Expert
The ever-changing nature of information surrounding COVID-19 can make it hard to pin down the facts and make safe choices for ourselves and our families. And that’s even more true if you or a loved one has cancer and are at higher risk for developing... read more
August 14, 2020
What You Should Know About Liver Cancer
You might not hear about liver cancer on the news, but according to the American Cancer Society, the disease is now the fastest growing cause of cancer death in the United States. While it’s important to be aware of other cancers that occur more frequently... read more
August 5, 2020
The Connection Between Cancer and Infection Risk
It’s commonly thought that cancer patients are at a higher risk for infection than others because of their disease or the treatments they are receiving. However, while it is advised that cancer patients protect themselves against infections like everyone... read more
August 3, 2020
Important Considerations When You’re Diagnosed with Melanoma
Any cancer diagnosis can be scary. But melanoma—a particularly serious kind of skin cancer—can be especially frightening. Most people who have melanoma are diagnosed by their dermatologist. But once the biopsy results come back, next steps can be... read more