Cancer isn’t something anyone wants to spend a lot of time thinking about, yet knowledge is power. When it comes to testicular cancer, acting early has huge implications.
Sarcoma treatment can change the way you feel about your body. Find out how a clinical psychologist can help you cope with this type of cancer.
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 your child needs surgery for a tumor in the leg bone near the knee, a rare and unusual solution can save your child’s leg and help preserve mobility. Learn more about rotationplasty.
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It’s not unusual for a patient to ask if men can get breast cancer, and the answer to the question is yes. In 2017, about 2,470 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed, and about 460 men will die from breast cancer.
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.
Achalasia is a rare disorder that causes people to have trouble swallowing their food. Find out more about how several treatment options can help control the symptoms.
If you have cancer and wish to date someone, you may be afraid to mention your cancer diagnosis. It’s natural to have some jitters. Find tips to dealing with common fears as well as ways to connect with new people.
Facing a cancer diagnosis as a single person can add to an already stressful time. But even if you don’t have a partner or spouse, there’s a lot of people who can help you get the help that every cancer patient needs.
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.