At age 62, Tom Jackson was diagnosed with prostate cancer. The diagnosis is common among men his age, so he took it in stride.
But shortly before Tom was scheduled to have his prostate removed, he discovered a lump on his neck. A biopsy and CT scan of the lump revealed that Tom also had squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsil caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).
“Prostate cancer for any man over the age of 60 is acceptable...
When Jameisha Brown was diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma, a type of b-cell lymphoma, her 8-year-old mind reasoned that it couldn't be too...
At 37 years old, a stage 3 triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis is
tough to swallow. If you're a working mother of twin boys, one of them
with special needs, a triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis can be
even more daunting.
So, for Bree Sandlin, coming to MD Anderson for her triple-negative breast cancer treatment was the only choice there ever was.
Bree's triple-negative breast cancer treatment