Physical therapist Sharon Leslie discusses what people with cancer should know about cancer rehabilitation, including the questions to ask your health care team and what to expect from the process.
In this month’s From the Editor’s Desk, Dr. Schapira writes about how people diagnosed with cancer can cope with stress during the holiday season.
There are many challenges that come along when a pet owner is diagnosed with cancer, including caring for your pet both financially and physically.
Even for those in the middle of cancer treatment, food has the capacity to bring joy.
Just about everyone should get a flu shot in October. It’s especially important for people living with cancer, cancer survivors, and their caregivers.
Physical therapist Sharon Leslie shares smart steps older adults can take to help make cancer treatment less challenging.
Turning 65 soon? These 5 tips can help make applying for Medicare easier so you can continue to get the cancer care you need.
Wondering how you can support a cancer organization or a person with cancer? Check out this list of 12 donation opportunities you may not have thought about.
A colposcopy is a way to check a woman’s cervix, vagina, or vulva for cancer or abnormal areas that can become cancer. Learn what to expect before, during, and after this examination.
In this podcast, 2 lymphedema specialists discuss ways to prevent and manage lymphedema, or swelling, in your legs after cancer treatment.