The latest cancer news, advice, and information, including screening, diagnosis, treatments, risk factors, genetics, and inspiring real-life stories about people living with cancer in its many forms.
Genetic counseling is the first step in zeroing in on your true risk for inherited cancer. Learn more about what this counseling offers.
Cancer TopicsShow More
What should you know about eating and digesting following colorectal cancer treatment? Drink water, know your med side effects (they could be causing that constipation…), and experiment with fiber are just some tips.
Turns out, anyone with lungs is at risk. But if you’ve never smoked and are facing a lung cancer diagnosis, here are 10 things you should know.
Improving your diet may be one of the most powerful steps you can take to protect yourself against cancer.
Something funky going on with your breast? Our guide to surprising breast-cancer symptoms shows you what to look for and what to do next.
Errors in diagnosis are all too common—that’s why it's important to learn how to advocate for yourself in the doctor’s office. Here’s what you need to know.
Think your sex life has a shelf life courtesy of kidney cancer? Think again. Here’s what to know before getting back down to business.
Research shows that patients who complete exercise programs after surgery for bladder cancer enjoy better outcomes than those who don’t. So what exercises can you do? A physical therapist, oncologist, and urologist give suggestions.
Dealing with cancer can cause your mood to plummet. And when your body is already pumped with cancer drugs, you may want an alternative to popping a pill to get through the anxiety and depression—especially if you’re older.
Just two servings a week may reduce your risk of colorectal cancer. Ready to dig in?
Advice for patients and caregivers from experts in the field and real people who are finding ways to live a fulfilling life with this cancer that originates in the lymphatic system.
The latest wisdom on how to manage lung cancer, including insights from caregivers and survivors.
What should your next steps be now that your cancer has spread? Learn how to get your needs met by your family, friends, and community; how to communicate with your care team; and what the future holds.