After a cancer diagnosis, there often is a focus on the physical aspects of treatment without enough attention for the emotional and mental aspects. Here are some ways to address these needs.
A woman’s remarkable story in battling cancer twice illustrates the two ways we treat acute leukemia.
For people with Lynch syndrome, the risk of colon cancer starts as early as age 25. Fortunately, knowing you are at risk gives you a chance to do something about it.
What do a new and improved artificial heart, a “bionic” knee and a magnetic tool for detecting cancer have in common? They’re all in the works — and they’re all poised to reshape treatment.
Learn what you need to know about the genetics of thyroid cancer. The best stat of all: There's a 100 percent survival rate if the disease is diagnosed early.
Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma isn’t a household name, and not just because it’s a tongue twister. But a new test helps catch this rare form of cancer.
Thyroid cancer has a survival rate of nearly 100 percent if caught in its first two stages. That's why researchers work to help doctors catch the disease earlier than ever before.
It is especially important to eat well after a cancer diagnosis. A nutritional therapist shares tips and ideas on how to make sure you get the calories and nutrients you need.
Researchers test a machine that detects lung cancer’s chemical signature from a person’s breath. This gives new meaning to the “smell test.”