Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, often used to require amputation. But new developments are changing that. Find out more about the limb-saving techniques now in use.
If you don’t have nutrition-related side effects from your cancer treatment that limit your ability to eat and/or digest food, you can follow a generally healthy diet.
If you’re dealing with cancer, you know there’s a lot of treatment information to gather and track. It’s easy to become overwhelmed. Try this step-by-step system for keeping it all organized, which can also alleviate some of the stress.
When you’re going through cancer treatment, it’s important to ask your doctor and cancer care team all your questions. It will prepare you for for treatments, while helping your family to understand how to best support you. Not sure what to ask? Find some suggestions.
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The right relaxation techniques can help you take charge of how you feel and minimize the negative effects of radiation therapy for cancer. Get four tips.
Art therapy can help people with cancer and their loved ones express their feelings and cope with stress and anxiety. Find out how it works.
There’s some good news in the battle against cancer: The overall rate of death from the disease declined about 20 percent between 1980 and 2014, a new study says.
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Selecting the right trial is not an easy process for those involved. It’s certainly not easy for the patient, who is trying to navigate the complicated decision-making process. It’s not easy for many doctors either.
When you’re receiving cancer treatment, anything that makes you more comfortable is a good thing. Here’s what to expect if you are considering having a port implanted.