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Breast Cancer Recurrence: Where Do You Stand?

Some breast cancer surivors can put fears of recurrance out of their minds, while others think about it every day. Which kind are you?

By PJ Hamel

Advanced Prostate Cancer: The Basics

Here’s what patients with prostate cancer that is not localized to the prostate and has spread further need to know.

By Jay Motola, M.D.

Metastatic Breast Cancer Support Resources

Whether you are looking for emotional support or statistics and other information, there is help available to you. Check out these organizations and websites for metastatic breast cancer treatment information, emotional support, and resources for self-care and empowerment.

By Bethany Kandel

Metastatic Breast Cancer and Your Employer

Follow these 5 suggestions to navigate the best way forward with your employer.

By Elizabeth Millard

Teen Drinkers Are at Higher Risk for Worse Prostate Cancer

Teen boys between 15 and 19 who drink have more than three times the risk of developing high-grade prostate cancer later in life than those who don’t drink.

By Diane Domina

Mom Time Counts with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Rhonda Howell, who has metastatic breast cancer, savors the time she spends with her 6-year-old son, and aims to see him graduate from high school.

By Sheila M. Eldred

Warning Signs of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Advanced breast cancer tends to spread to the bones, the liver, the lungs, or the brain. Can you recognize the different symptoms of metastasis for each organ?

By Sheila M. Eldred

Do You Have Mild, Moderate, or Severe RA?

How different are the symptoms between mild, moderate, and severe RA - and how do you treat each type?

By Mark Borigini, M.D.

How a Mole Develops into Stage 4 Melanoma

Only four percent of skin cancers are melanoma, but it accounts for three-quarters of all skin cancer-related deaths.

By Eileen Bailey

Metastatic Breast Cancer: Moving Forward

Get tips for facing the future with metastatic breast cancer, including self-compassion, education, advocacy, and connection with your family and support network.

By Lara DeSanto