• Colon Cancer Symptoms in Women

    February 16, 2015
    Colon cancer affects millions of women in the U.S. every year, yet it’s a disease that often takes a backseat to the information we receive about breast cancer and more female specific cancers. While incidents of colon cancer are slightly higher in men than in women, colon cancer is still a disease that warrants much attention by the more
  • Mammograms in the New Year

    January 29, 2015
    In the war against breast cancer, a disease with which over 200,000 women in the U.S. alone will be diagnosed this year, the mammogram continues to be one of the leading diagnostic tools available to us. Screening for breast cancer allows for early diagnosis and earlier treatment which ultimately helps to save lives. If you haven’t already scheduled more
  • Scheduling Cancer Screenings for the New Year

    January 13, 2015
    There is a significant amount of information regarding cancer - including types, stages, diagnosis, treatment, causes, and much, much more. Sifting through the information depends on your diagnosis - or potential diagnosis - and if you will be undergoing treatment. But one piece of information seems to remain consistent across the board - early diagnosis is absolutely crucial more
  • Dealing with Cancer During the Holidays

    December 26, 2014
    The holidays are a wonderful time of the year during which we spend time with family and friends, relax, eat, drink, and gift each other. However, the holidays can also be an enormously stressful time of year - there’s no doubt about it. There’s the running around spending money we often don’t have, overdoing it on the food more
  • Choosing Breast Cancer Care

    December 15, 2014
    If you’ve recently been diagnosed with breast cancer you understand how overwhelming such a diagnosis can be for anyone. You have been given devastating news about your body - news that is likely quite surreal. On top of this news that surely has you in an emotional tailspin, you have been given a lot of information that you more
  • Relieving Symptoms of Cancer Treatment

    November 26, 2014
    Cancer treatment is done with the ultimate good in mind - to eradicate disease and allow you to move on to live a life of good health and joy. Unfortunately, that cancer treatment which can be enormously effective can also cause a variety of side effects including nausea, sleep disorders, loss of appetite, fatigue, anxiety and depression, pain, anemia, more
  • Can Alternative Cancer Treatments Help in the Process?

    November 14, 2014
    The fatigue, nausea, and generalized discomfort that goes along with cancer treatment can make coping very difficult. That’s why many patients also seek out alternative treatments that can help them ease the side effects so common with chemotherapy and other cancer therapies. Alternative cancer treatments can make a big difference in the overall treatment process, but they are recommended more
  • Does Personalized Care Matter in Cancer Treatment?

    November 3, 2014
    There’s nothing easy about facing down cancer and winning. Even when the diagnosis comes early and treatments are relatively short, patients often find themselves scared, confused, and in need of not only top-notch medical care but also a helping hand to make it through. While it’s true that expert care is and should be priority number one, there more
  • Vetting Your Cancer Care Physician

    October 15, 2014
    Cancer is not something you want to mess around with when it comes to choosing the appropriate medical care. Finding a cancer care team and physician should be done with a full attention to detail and a commitment to learning all you can about a doctor’s treatment style and the services available through their practice. So, what do more
  • Tips for Selecting an Oncologist

    September 30, 2014
    No one ever wants to hear the word “cancer,” but unfortunately it happens all too often. With millions of Americans diagnosed with various forms of the disease each year, the need to locate and work with specialists that can help sufferers beat the disease is vital. If you have a need to seek out an oncologist to consult on more

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