Palliative care focuses on treating the whole person — including the physical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects — not just a disease. It’s proven to improve quality of life.
Mayo Clinic researchers aim to individualize cancer therapies through molecular profiling.
Researchers have found that since the introduction of the HPV vaccine, infection rates have dropped by almost 50 percent.
Long-time cancer survivors provide a valuable service in mentoring those who are new to it.
Being open in talking about cancer may help with your sense of empowerment, reality and feeling of control over your personal situation.
Quality of life issues affect cancer patients during treatment and years later for many.
Anger is normal when dealing with cancer. What’s key is how you deal with it. Try to direct it to something positive, be upfront about it and find a way to cope.