Most cancer treatments affect fertility for both men and women. In most cases there are ways to maintain the ability to become pregnant or father a child, by freezing sperm, eggs, embryos, or ovarian tissue.
Forget “one size fits all” cancer treatment. A new study of tumor genomics will help current and future patients get tailored treatment based on their individual needs.
If you or someone you care about has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, there will be questions. These may include: What should I eat? During any cancer therapy, remember these four diet tips.
Advancements in screenings allow for early detection of breast cancer. As breast cancer patients fare better and live longer, it is more important than ever that their quality of life be high. How they feel about themselves and their bodies is important.
Surgery now is more effective — with fewer side effects, fewer procedures required, less recovery time and less risk.
Cleveland Clinic researcher Vincent Tuohy, PhD., made news with a new breast cancer vaccine. But it needs more study before FDA approval. Here’s a timeline when it could be available for humans.
It's important to have mammograms each year after age 40 or as regularly as your doctor recommends. A recent study of 1,222 women found that 13 percent of them had a normal mammogram within one year of a breast cancer diagnosis.
Genomics tests save lives and reduce unnecessary treatment. Welcome to the era of precision medicine.
What will happen to my breasts? Women diagnosed with breast cancer face that question — but they also have answers in reconstruction.
People don’t expect men to get breast cancer, but about 2,100 men are diagnosed with it each year, with onset about five to ten years later than women.