In this post, cancer epidemiologist Dr. Anthony Alberg and skin cancer advocate Madison Newton discuss common misperceptions around skin cancer, including why it’s important to protect your skin from the sun year-round and how to best do so.
The microbiome is a popular topic in health discussions. But what role does it play in cancer and its treatment? In this post, learn what the microbiome is, why it’s important, and what it has to do with cancer.
In this post, Dr. Carolyn Hendricks discusses the benefits of the new shift to televisits, and how people with cancer can make the most out of their time with their doctor during these appointments.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Lidia Schapira discusses some of the challenges cancer survivors face in maintaining their health after cancer, and the resources available to them to help do so.
Heard about a new cancer treatment in the news? Learn how FDA-approved, off-label, and investigational drugs are made available to patients.
Keeping a home clean when caring for someone with cancer is an important part of caregiving, especially since those with cancer can be at a higher risk for infection and illness. Here’s what to know about keeping your loved one safe.
With the spread of misinformation, Dr. Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad offers tips on how to find out if the cancer news you’re reading on social media is safe, reliable, and accurate.
Dr. Cordelia Galgut discusses the lasting grief she experiences after living through cancer and offers ways to cope for fellow survivors.
Dr. Bram Kuiper discusses what people with cancer and their loved ones should know about cancer-related fatigue, including its causes, effects, and how to cope.
Leona deVinne felt guilty when she learned her son had the same VHL diagnosis she has that causes a high risk of cancer. Here’s how she learned to cope.