Anyone who has a prostate, including transgender women and nonbinary people assigned male at birth, can get prostate cancer. An LGBTQIA+ health specialist shares what you need to know about possible symptoms and when to get screened.
Cancer is a life-changing illness, and not just for the person with the disease. Everyone who loves or cares about this person feels cancer’s ripple effects. A clinical psychologist shares what to expect and how to support someone — and those who support them — on their unpredictable journey.
An occupational therapist shares the benefits physical exercise can have on your recovery from prostate cancer and prostate surgery.
Cancer recurrence or progression anxiety is natural, and it’s just as natural to want to get rid of it. But that isn’t always how anxiety works. A psychologist shares tips for coping with and managing fear of cancer recurring.
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The medical terms used to describe cancer can be overwhelming and confusing. Here’s what you should know about two unique forms of cancer.
An oncologist shares some important questions you should ask your doctor if you receive a breast cancer diagnosis. The answers will help you better understand your diagnosis and treatment options.
For years, researchers have looked for ways to improve breast cancer treatment options. But what about prevention?
It’s the thought that counts, but when you’re getting a gift for somebody who’s going through chemo, practical presents for dealing with the process — and the side effects — can be especially touching.
A dermatologist does a deep dive on the difference between basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, as both are starting to affect younger populations at alarming rates.
Worldwide, nearly 45% of all cancer-related deaths are attributed to behavioral risk factors like smoking, drinking and living a sedentary lifestyle. Here’s what you can do to lower your risk and live your best life.