Cancer fatigue tips from a Woodlands physician
People who complete cancer treatment will often say they feel great. Dig a little deeper, though, and patients usually will confess that they're feeling a little tired.
Survivor: ‘Cancer doesn’t have to define you’
“I’m a take-charge person, and this diagnosis was not going to rule my life or alter my life for any period of time, My attitude was: we’ll take care of this.”
6 Side effects of radiation to the pelvis in women
Radiation therapy to the pelvis is used to treat women with lower GI tract and gynecologic cancers. Certain side effects are common among these patients, says Valerie Reed, M.D.
How to cope with insomnia during cancer treatment
Insomnia can be caused by a number of factors. Pamela Schlembach, M.D., frequently runs through a "sleep hygiene" list with patients dealing with sleeping problems.
Breast cancer survivor nears end of treatment
As Rebecca Stedman has learned firsthand, breast cancer treatment doesn’t always go as planned. That’s why she’s glad that she started her journey with the right mindset.