Cancer screening is less straightforward than it might seem. Screening isn’t routinely recommended for some cancers, and has confusing guidelines about others.
Cancer: it’s the ultimate wakeup call. It can teach us how to live life to the fullest, appreciating every moment we have.
Know how to use your smart phone to its best ability, or create a page on CaringBridge to share news about your cancer journey? This article explores tips for this and more.
Who helped you through cancer treatment? Have you expressed your appreciation? A simple thank you card and gift card can go a long way.
PJ Hamel breaks down the numbers to show you the context behind the risk of cancer from drinking alcohol.
Tips for buying the right fitness products based on someone’s ability and interests when they have a chronic illness
Want to take a health webinar to learn more about a topic but not sure how to do so? Here are tips on registering, joining, and evaluating the speaker(s).
Raising awareness, and finding a cure, for inflammatory breast cancer will take work. A consortium plans to tackle the IBC issue from multiple perspectives.
At 40. A 2017 study shows that the number of lives potentially saved by annual mammograms would be enormous if all women age 40 and older were screened for breast cancer.
Everyone is different, and they’ll experience cancer differently. Tips for being aware of the differences include being prepared for surprises and remembering you’re not average.