Hearing the doctor say “cancer” can change everything. Prateek Mendiratta, MD, discusses the 8 questions he wants his patients to ask before they leave the oncologist’s office.
At the 2017 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium, new research will be presented that may help improve the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer, esophageal cancer, and rectal cancer.
Fatigue is a common side effect of cancer and its treatment. These 8 tips can help you manage it.
In this month’s blog post, Dr. Schapira talks about dealing with stress, uncertainty, and anxiety, especially if you have cancer.
In this podcast, Dr. Howard Bailey talks about what HPV is, how HPV infection increases the risk of cancer, and why vaccination is important.
Recent FDA approvals for immunotherapy drugs for treating lung cancer are exciting, but there still are many things we need to learn about this new field of cancer treatment. Cancer.Net Associate Editor Jyoti Patel, MD, answers some of the questions that surround lung cancer and immunotherapy, during Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology shows that using an online program to improve memory and attention can help reduce the symptoms of chemobrain.
In this podcast, registered dietitians Annette Goldberg and Suzanne Dixon give their expert insights on what fasting is, its use during cancer treatment, who may benefit from fasting, and who should avoid fasting.
Researchers are using genetic information to find a woman’s risk for breast cancer. Dr. Kurian writes about how this knowledge affects screening and prevention strategies for breast cancer.
Active surveillance and watchful waiting are 2 prostate cancer treatments that people often confuse. Pathologist Oleksandr N. Kryvenko, MD, FCAP, explains exactly what they are and who may benefit from them.