After androgen-deprivation therapy for prostate cancer, many couples are surprised by the physical and emotional changes that come into their relationship because of a lack of testosterone.
A cancer diagnosis is stressful, and the discussion of the treatment plan starts quickly. But a cancer diagnosis affects everything and involves more than just the treatment plan. Here are 3 things to consider.
School has started. Here’s how to keep your children from bringing germs home along with their homework: teach them how to properly wash their hands.
A cancer diagnosis can affect your ability to have a child in the future. Start thinking about your fertility before treatment starts and how to plan for life after treatment.
Being a caregiver for a parent with cancer can be a challenge that requires organization and flexibility, especially when you are also raising children of your own.
You were caregiver for a person with cancer and now you’re struggling to regain your sense of self. These 10 tips can help you adjust to life after caregiving
It’s fun and educational to have your children help out in the kitchen. Here are some tips to jumpstart kids on a lifetime of safe food preparation.
Genetic testing can identify inherited risks for some types of cancer. The results of these tests affect both you and your family. Here are some things to think about when sharing genetic test results.
November is National Family Caregivers Month. In this blog post, Dr. Schapira writes about our need to do more than just recognizing cancer caregivers. They need to be supported and fully engaged in the treatment plan.
Genetic testing allows doctors to help treat, and even prevent, certain types of cancers. Many patients can benefit from genetic testing; however, we still don’t know a lot about how to best use the results of these tests.