Living With Cancer
Beating testicular cancer: one man's story
Testicular cancer. Just the thought of it causes fear and apprehension. But thanks to the wonders of modern medicine, even patients with later stages of the condition have cure rates of 60%-85%. And, when diagnosed early, cure rates for testicular cancer approach 100%.
Cancer pain syndromes
Learn more about the different types of pains caused by tumors and treatment.
Cancer treatment and fertility in women
Undergoing treatment can bring with it a whole host of new questions, including, for many people, “Will I still be able to have children?”
When your child has cancer: dealing with the diagnosis
Hearing the news that your child has cancer can trigger a range of emotions. But the most important thing is to focus on what you can do right now to help your child.
Childhood cancers: long-term effects of treatment
Now that childhood cancer survivors are living longer, researchers are learning more about the possible late side effects of childhood cancer treatments. Read here to find out more.
Coping with pain related to cancer and chemotherapy
Pain associated with cancer and chemotherapy can be relieved. Read here to find out how.
Fighting colon cancer: one man's story
Cancer of the colon or rectum strikes hundreds of thousands of people yearly. However, when it's caught early, colorectal cancer is one of the most easily cured cancers.
Life after cancer
Read here to find out answers to questions you may have after ending cancer treatment.
Palliative care for cancer
Palliative care can be thought of as comfort care. It is care given to a person living with a life-threatening disease, like cancer.
Tips for coping with mouth, gum, and throat problems related to radiation therapy
While your cancer care team will manage any oral health problems that may occur from treatment, there are also actions you can take.