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BY Katrina Burton

When 5-year old Kloe Ponce started having severe headaches and experiencing sensitivity to bright lights and sounds, her family never suspected it was a childhood brain tumor.

Kloe's mom sought answers during visits to urgent care centers and hospital emergency rooms near her home in Corpus Christi, Texas. “We knew something was wrong, but we followed recommendations to change her diet, increase her fluid intake and even monitor...

Cancerwise blog post: Childhood brain tumor survivor discovers art through Children's Art Project

BY Katrina Burton

MD Anderson is standing by a recommendation that women 40 years old and older receive annual mammograms, despite a recent study that raised...

BY Katrina Burton

With a steady decline in traditional cigarettes, tobacco companies are looking for new ways to get people addicted to smoking. 

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BY Katrina Burton

Remember playing arcade and video games as a kid? Now, researchers are playing on kids' love for video games by creating interactive games and apps for mobile devices. And, they're doing this to collect research data from patients and to deliver educational information to keep people better informed about their health. 

Here at MD Anderson, Alexander Prokhorov, M.D., Ph.D., professor of Behavioral Science, has been using...

BY Katrina Burton

Lung cancer is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, with more than 157,000 deaths reported last year, according...