Men over 40 should start seeing a urologist regularly to stay proactive with their prostate, urinary and sexual health. Urologist Eric Klein, MD, talks about why it’s a good idea.
Are you or a loved one coping with cancer? Find support, as well as information about treatments, research and prevention from our Taussig Cancer Institute.
Good nutrition is critical to staying stronger if you’re undergoing cancer treatment. Dietitian Lindsay Malone talks about strategies for eating healthier during your therapy.
Scarless robotic thyroid surgery hides scars, but not everyone is a good candidate. Cleveland Clinic endocrinologist Eren Berber, MD, discusses the risks and benefits of this technique.
“Clinical trials” may sound a little mysterious and scary to some. Oncologist Brian Rini, MD, talks about a new easy-to-use app that not only connects patients to clinical trials — but demystifies them too.
A new genetic-based test, the Oncotype DX prostate cancer test, will allow more men with low-risk prostate cancer to choose active surveillance – sparing them unnecessary treatment and life-altering side effects.
There are non-infectious diseases that are destroying millions of lives at this very moment. One of these diseases is preventable; another mostly can be prevented; and the third is completely out of our control and threatens the lives of millions.
Oncologist John Greskovich, Jr., MD, talks about exciting radiation technology that targets head and neck cancers with unprecedented precision.
As breast cancer treatment becomes more personalized, sometimes less can be more. Not all treatments are required for all patients.
What's the survival rate for thyroid cancer if diagnosed early? 100 percent. It's a home run when you realize that thyroid cancer is the fastest-growing cancer among men and second-fastest among women. Thanks to research, we know more than ever about this group of diseases, while improved genetic counseling and screening mean you can do something about it.
When the actress announced she had a prophylactic (preventive) double mastectomy, she brought new attention to this procedure — and to the BRCA1 gene. What does this mean for other women?