Concerned about a family history of cancer? Learn how genetic counseling and testing can help you understand and manage your own cancer risk.
It’s normal to feel sad sometimes when you’re facing cancer. But if that feeling won’t go away, you may be experiencing depression. Learn what the signs are and how you can get help.
Dr. Kathryn Gold provides an overview of head and neck cancers, including risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and side effects.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira writes about prevention and what we can do to help understand and manage our personal cancer risk.
“Even after I heard horror stories about the negative effects of indoor tanning, I knew they’d never happen to me. I couldn’t have been more wrong.” Ashley Drury shares her journey from tanning bed advocate to survivor of advanced melanoma.
In this podcast, Dr. Noelle LoConte discusses a recent statement from the American Society of Clinical Oncology that covers the link between drinking alcohol and developing cancer.
The results of ASCO’s first National Cancer Opinion Survey have been released, and it shows that Americans are taking action to lower their cancer risk. But many still don’t know about some of the leading causes of cancer.
Did you know that scientists can use samples from our bodies to learn more about cancer and how to treat it? These samples are called biospecimens, and people can donate them to help make progress in cancer research regardless of whether they have cancer.
A study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology compared HPV vaccination rates in adolescents and young adults with and without cancer. They found that survivors have lower vaccination rates than those without a history of cancer.