Is it 50? Is it 45? Learn why getting screened for colorectal cancer earlier could possibly save your life.
If you’re a parent with cancer and have school-age children, it might be a good time to start thinking about having a talk with your child’s teachers, counselors or school administrator about your cancer.
Advances in genetic testing of tumors are paving the way for more effective drugs that target cancer cells and spare healthy ones. Learn how doctors are better tailoring cancer treatment.
A pulmonologist discusses what lung cancer screening entails and who can benefit from it. Plus the pros and cons of this cancer screening.
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Relationships are hard. But what about starting dating when you have cancer? Our experts offer tips for making it easier.
Many people with cancer may wonder if it’s safe to get one of the approved COVID-19 vaccines. An oncologist discusses vaccine safety and what cancer patients should know.
People diagnosed with cancer are at an increased risk of becoming ill with COVID-19. Learn more about why risk is higher and how to stay safe.
Love gel manicures but worried about what exposure to UV light might be doing to your health? Get the surprising answer from a dermatologist.
It can be hard to know how to act, and the right words hard to come by, when someone you know has cancer. That’s why you should know about “cancer etiquette.”
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.