People getting tattoos may worry that tattoo ink can lead to cancer. But is this actually true? Here, find out more about the research on whether tattoos are linked to cancer and what else people with tattoos should know about their cancer risk.
Marika Humphreys shares how she used a technique called “holding space” in her efforts to support her husband during his cancer treatment and how it could help other caregivers in similar situations.
In this post, learn where the misconception of microwaves causing cancer came from, how microwaves are regulated to help prevent leakage and keep consumers safe, and how to microwave your food safely.
In this month’s “From the Editor’s Desk,” Dr. Lidia Schapira discusses the importance of having a written survivorship care plan and ways that cancer survivors can better navigate their follow-up care.
In this post, Dr. Anne Katz and Ian Scott discuss what to know about online dating during the COVID-19 pandemic when you have cancer.
In this post, Dr. Ann Meredith Garcia Trinidad describes how people with cancer and caregivers can best use social media for support both during and after cancer.
In this post, Dr. Ranak Trivedi describes the unique challenges long-distance caregivers face and offers suggestions on how best to support their loved one with cancer.
Dr. Elyce Cardonick discusses the unique challenges of facing cancer while pregnant and how patients can navigate pregnancy while receiving cancer treatment.
In this post, cancer epidemiologist Dr. Anthony Alberg and skin cancer advocate Madison Newton discuss common misperceptions around skin cancer, including why it’s important to protect your skin from the sun year-round and how to best do so.
The microbiome is a popular topic in health discussions. But what role does it play in cancer and its treatment? In this post, learn what the microbiome is, why it’s important, and what it has to do with cancer.