Here are seven key questions to ask your oncologist after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
For cancer patients, there’s one symptom that indisputably requires a trip to the hospital: fever. Find out why from an emergency medicine director and a hematologist-oncologist.
When you’re undergoing cancer treatment, side effects like vomiting and diarrhea can cause you to become dehydrated. Our expert offers a quick self-test and ways to get more fluids.
Does your mouth have the taste of old pennies? The condition is more common than you might think. Find out what might be giving your mouth a metallic taste.
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We often suggest that our patients pack a small bag to bring to chemotherapy. Having a few familiar items from home can help ease anxiety you might be feeling. And these things can help you distract yourself while your treatment is administered.
If you’re undergoing treatment for cancer, you may have special needs where sleeping is concerned. Get back to sleep with expert advice from Nurse Practitioner Jamie Schwachter, BSN, MSN, NP-C
You’re in the middle of treatment for cancer — one of the most serious, scary and intense experiences ever. Does the idea of going on a vacation trip seem somewhat frivolous?
The following information is from Mikkael Sekeres, M.D., Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Leukemia Program and a co-chair of the Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation’s medical advisory board: