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The primary treatment for non-metastatic colon cancer is surgery. You may then receive 3 to 6 months of chemotherapy to prevent the cancer from coming back.
Adjuvant therapy for melanoma can help prevent a recurrence of the serious skin cancer—but there's the potential for life-threatening side effects. Learn the symptoms and how to protect yourself.
Here’s how embracing patience this year can help you have a more positive attitude as a cancer survivor.
Cancer treatment can make sex unappealing or uncomfortable. Dr. Don Dizon has some ideas to help.
It is normal for a cancer patient to feel sad. But depression is not normal — and it's treatable.
Cancer changes bodies, and relationships. That doesn’t mean you have to give up intimacy and sex.
Here’s how you can find pain relief with a highly individualized combination of strategies.
Cancer patients find buddies, exchange advice, and share encouragement with a community of fellow patients in the treatment room.
Many with metastatic breast cancer will never get to "ring the bell" at their oncologist's office, signifying the end of treatment. But that's not stopping these thrivers from living their best lives!
Sterotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) gives people with inoperable lung cancer new hope.