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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.
Sterotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) gives people with inoperable lung cancer new hope.
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.
No one single thing causes cancer, not even smoking. Get the facts so you can let go of the blame and focus on what matters most.
If you’re in lung cancer treatment and plan to keep working, here are some common issues to keep in mind.
Fact: Two U.S. presidents and one member of the Beatles dealt with head and neck cancer.
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.
They include, you’re unsure about your diagnosis, you have a rare or unusual cancer, or you just don’t like your doctor. Read this slideshow to learn more reasons.
For starters, know that you are not alone. We have expert advice that will help you navigate the months ahead.
Patti was faced with a seemingly impossible decision: live in fear or live for right now. She chose today. What would you do?