Key steps that can help you return to emotional equilibrium after cancer treatment.
Observation Leads to Discovery Linked to How Cancer Spreads
Reporter Jeffrey Weiss has been writing most of his life. Read his thoughts as he ponders his final months with glioblastoma.
While the exact cause of cancer of the esophagus is unknown, research suggests that these steps may reduce your risk.
The number of liver cancer cases has nearly tripled in the United States over the past three decades. Here are the most common causes.
Years after radiation treatment, people can have trouble swallowing. Learn how swallowing problems are diagnosed and treated.
If you have Graves’ disease, hyperthyroidism, goiter, or thyroid cancer, you may be a candidate for radioactive iodine.
Can the metaphor of cancer as a battle be a damaging image? How should we talk about cancer?
Cancer survivors have special concerns when summer rolls around: here are five things to be mindful of.
If you were diagnosed with cancer in one breast, would you have the other, healthy breast removed as well? More woman are doing so. Here’s what to know.
Most people who have cancer won’t encounter it until much later in life, but testicular cancer is different — a male is at risk for it as early as 15 years old.