Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky describes what to know about alcohol consumption and cancer risk, including how alcohol increases your risk for cancer, why limiting or stopping alcohol consumption can help lower this risk, and what steps you can take to do so.
Dr. Stephen Connor shares what people with advanced cancer and their families should know about hospice care, including misconceptions around hospice care, the benefits of hospice care, and how to find the right hospice program for you or your loved one.
Dr. Karine Tawagi shares what people with prostate cancer should know about exercising during treatment, including the benefits of exercise during cancer, common exercise challenges, and talking with your health care team about an exercise plan that is right for you.
Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov shares ways that people with end-stage cancer may find meaning as they approach the end of life, including important things to remember and how to connect with those around you.
Teen cancer survivor Alec Kupelian shares what it was like being diagnosed with cancer at that age, the loneliness he experienced, and what other teens and young adults with cancer should know about finding support.
Dr. Manali Patel and Dr. Ana Velázquez Mañana discuss what people with cancer should know about drug shortages, including why they happen, how they can impact cancer care, and how to work with the health care team if a drug you are receiving is in shortage.
In this podcast, Dr. Anna Roshal talks with Dr. Tarah Ballinger and exercise physiologist Danielle Halsey about what people with cancer should know about cancer-related fatigue, including what causes it and how exercise can help manage it.
Dr. Alyssa Berns shares what you should know if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer in the emergency department, including questions to ask and what your next steps should be after leaving emergency care and transitioning into cancer care.
Dr. Cristiane Decat Bergerot discusses what people with cancer and their caregivers should know about coping with waiting periods during cancer, including how to manage your emotions during a wait and when to seek help.
Some nonstick cookware can contain man-made chemicals that may pose risks to the environment and your health. Here, learn what these chemicals are, what the research says about how they could affect your cancer risk, and tips for using cookware.