Cancer survivor Eva Grayzel shares what it was like preparing for cancer treatment and the things that helped her endure treatment both physically and emotionally.
Read research from the August 2022 session of the ASCO Plenary Series, which features a study that evaluated how common it is for people with lung cancer to have inherited genetic mutations known to increase cancer risk.
Dr. Paula Rauch discusses why it’s so important for parents to start talking with their kids about taking steps to prevent cancer as early as possible and shares helpful ways to begin these conversations around sun safety, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, not smoking, and living a healthy lifestyle.
Breast cancer survivor Karen Kratenstein shares helpful tips on what to say when talking with and supporting a loved one with cancer, as well as how other people with cancer can ask for the support they need.
Sharie Lisowski shares how she and her husband reacted to his prostate cancer diagnosis and how they worked together to help him choose the best treatment plan for him.
At-home DNA tests have become increasingly popular in recent years. But are they actually helpful for detecting cancer risk? In this post, learn about at-home DNA tests for cancer risk and why it’s always best to get genetic screening done through your health care provider.
Life coach and cancer caregiver Marika Humphreys describes the challenges to staying connected with your partner during cancer, and how as a caregiver you can help maintain connection with your loved one.
Karen Cordova shares what it was like losing her childhood best friend to cancer, including the difficulty that came with understanding her friend’s death as a child and how she honors her friend today as an adult.
Cancer caregiver Marika Humphreys shares the challenges cancer caregivers face in taking care of themselves and where caregivers can start in making self-care a priority.
In this podcast, Drs. Eliza Park and Paula Rauch discuss how a parent with metastatic cancer can talk with their children about their prognosis, including the challenges of having this discussion and ways to navigate the conversation with children of different ages.