There's much to celebrate in the flourishing survivor population, but it also highlights the mounting need to optimize care.
Cancer survivor Caroline Laney learns firsthand how humans and machines are working together in the operating room.
While certain genetic mutations can increase a woman's chances of a diagnosis, three specific actions can help offset the risks.
A trial found a four-drug regimen delivered promising results for some patients with this particularly troublesome form of cancer.
A bout of itching prompted Terry Beck to seek treatment for a suspected skin condition, setting him quickly on the path to cancer recovery.
Most women who undergo this type of cancer treatment agree that greater knowledge makes it less scary.
Children's hospital staff put on a spectacular Holly Troll-y Christmas stage performance for kiddos and their families who have dealt with cancer or blood disorders.
Violet Rohrer will do what it takes to fight peritoneal cancer, including clinical trials of promising new drugs.
Psychological treatment and education can be useful, too, more so than drugs.
Facing a nightmare diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, Karyn Wolschleger finds something unexpected: Hope.
About 75 percent of patients give up on exercise after cancer diagnosis, even though evidence shows physical activity can help them cope.
Real-life experience makes for a much-loved nurse. Maybe that's why Nikki Coy soars in the world of nursing.
Join our mailing list and we'll deliver our best stories to your inbox, for free!
We'll never share your email with anyone else.