August 20, 2021
Sarcoma: Important Things to Know
Many people have never heard of sarcoma, with less than 20,000 new diagnoses occurring each year. Sarcoma is a rare form of cancer that develops in the cells of soft tissue or bones. The majority of sarcomas are found in soft tissue—including fat, muscles,... read more
October 20, 2020
Five Important Things to Know About Testicular Cancer
How much do you know about testicular cancer? It’s relatively uncommon, so many individuals aren’t very aware of it. While it’s a daunting diagnosis to receive, there is good news: “Most men with testicular cancer will be cured of it,” said Daniel M.... read more
September 18, 2020
Prostate Cancer: Common Questions, Answered
Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer diagnosed in American men, affecting 10 percent of all men during their lifetime. And yet, many screening and treatment questions don’t always have straightforward answers. Recently, Fox Chase Cancer Center... read more
September 1, 2020
Why Second Opinions Matter for Sarcoma
Updated July 15, 2021 Sarcoma is a rare type of cancer - with less than 20,000 new diagnoses occurring each year. Because it is so rare, not all doctors are familiar with how to treat these tumors effectively, which makes it especially important to seek a... 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
June 19, 2020
Bladder Cancer: Why a Second Opinion Matters
It’s always a good idea to seek a second opinion for a cancer diagnosis before starting treatment, but in the case of bladder cancer, getting another expert’s take is especially recommended. “About 50% of patients seeking a second opinion for bladder... read more