Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

Health Writer

Judi Ebbert earned her PhD at the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health. She has worked at three NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers and is a writer/editor at Moffitt Cancer Center. Judi has great interest in chronic disease prevention and treatment, and is an advocate for equitable access to care and optimal quality of life for all people. She loves swimming, her dogs and cats, great food, art, humor, and cinematic thrillers. She’s on Twitter at Judi@judithebbert.

Latest by Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

Blood Bond: How One Woman’s Stem Cells Saved Her Brother’s Life

The donor of a life-saving stem cell transplant shares her experience. Learn what it’s like to donate your stem cells.

Blood Bond: When Your Sister's the Stem Cell Match

A leukemia survivor (and grateful brother) shares the story of how his sister’s stem cells saved his life. Learn what it feels like to receive a stem cell transplant.

Common Complications After Head and Neck Cancer

Treatment for head and neck cancer can leave survivors with an array of challenges. Luckily, there are guidelines in place to help you deal with them.

Head and Neck Cancer Recurrence: Stats and Symptoms

Get important facts about head and neck cancer recurrence and learn the signs to watch for.

Make the Right Moves to Maintain Mobility With AS

Ankylosing spondylitis patients can improve flexibility from posture and the pool.

Cardio-Oncology: Heart-Smart Cancer Care

Find out more about cardio-oncology, a specialty that focuses treating and preventing heart complications from cancer treatments.

You Can Get Eczema Where?

Scratching, rashes, irritation, and infection. If you are prone to eczema, these can occur anywhere on your body, even some areas that may be surprising.

All About Advanced Stomach Cancer

Learn more about stage 4 gastric cancer, including why the gastroesophageal junction matters and treatment options.

What Are the Treatments for Stomach Cancer?

Standard-of-care treatment for gastric cancer involves radical surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.

Coming to Terms With Colorectal Cancer: Definitions of Common Colon Cancer Words

Ever wondered what ablation means (it’s a treatment technique)? Histology? Lynch Syndrome? Find out these definitions (and more) in this slideshow.