Reid underwent surgery Monday to remove a tumor, according to his family.
Adversary. Plague. Enemy.  In the years that I’ve worked in oncology, those are some of the words I’ve heard used to describe
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"She made sure those babies would live. She traded her life,” her brother says.
Imagine beating cancer, yet feeling defeated by everyday tasks, like remembering items at the grocery store or concentrating
Last year was a monster. We saw our daughter diagnosed with cancer, lose a kidney and undergo eight months of chemo. I closed
In honor of International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we bring you a very special 14-year-old boy, Gabe Sipos, and Gabe's Chemo Duck Program. Born on New Year's Day 2002 in Nashville, Tennessee, Gabe was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma (a soft tissue tumor) in his sinus cavity just one week shy of his first birthday.
Before it's too late we need to find the cure for the Trump cancer. We need to help those who are basically decent and caring
Happiness finds this cancer survivor with the help of her favorite hobby. Tracy Yost was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 when she was just 46 years old. That's when it hit her, life is too short to have a "suck the life out of you" career.
Cancer is a team effort and, just like raising a child, it takes a village.
When people are surprised to see me, I tell them I'm among the early fortunate. I am grateful each day for my husband, family and friends. Facing death on a close horizon has heightened my awareness that our time on Earth is finite.
Chemotherapy and radiation worked for a time, but Mick Phillips's doctor warned him each round would be less effective. So Phillips came up with a new plan: Cuba.
While I may not be quite as blissfully happy as the guy smelling flowers in the Humira ad, I know how lucky I am to be alive.
Educating ourselves is the single biggest thing that we can do for ourselves whether we are the patient or a caregiver. It
“She has amazed me with her strength, courage, and positive attitude through it all."
he hope for those (like my own brother) who have what today are deemed as incurable cancers, is that they can be sustained long enough on therapies that slow down or halt cancer progression, giving the opportunity for one of the exciting new therapeutic approaches to become a reality and win the battle and ultimately the War on Cancers.