As a cancer survivor, it's so important to keep a close connection with others, including helpful resources that you might need as you recover.
If you're a caregiver for a person who is going through cancer treatment, you're probably giving your all to them as they endure it.
Have you ever thought about what makes a difference for you when learning something new? What works for one person may not work for another.
Men and women alike can get colon cancer, however, people at a higher risk for developing colon cancer include those with a family history of colon cancer.
A recent study shows that including palliative care along with standard treatment can improve quality of life and help people with cancer live longer.
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Cancer can be complicated to diagnose and manage. Getting a second opinion helps you feel more confident about your diagnosis and treatment plan.
Simple steps can improve your sense of well-being and your quality of life after cancer treatment. Find out what you can do.
If cancer treatment leaves you without an appetite, try these tips to get the calories and nutrients you need.
Mayo Clinic News Network
Watch as a woman tells of her survival with pancreatic cancer.
The American Cancer Society lists what it expects to be the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the U.S. this year.
Find out how yoga can benefit cancer survivors.
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