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A multiple myeloma doctor answers the hard-hitting questions, like how long do I have to live?
Bladder cancer has one of the highest recurrence rates so it’s important to follow these suggestions to prevent relapse.
We list out everything you should have in your own personal health packet.
When learning about risk of cancer and other diseases, it’s helpful to gather a family history of mental challenges like alcoholism and depression.
Why you should find out your family’s health history while you can — before it’s too late.
Do your mom and grandma’s stories of living with RA encourage or discourage you?
There are a lot of theories about whether chronic illness is hereditary, but in this case, it is.
A breast cancer survivor discusses her decision to not do genetic testing for cancer – right now. Why has she decided to hold off?
“Living with UC has been one of the toughest things I’ve done in my life, but because of my diagnosis my whole family is more educated now.”