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BY Molly Adams

Prostate cancer treatment options can include surgery, radiation therapy and hormone therapy. But some men are candidates for active surveillance – also known as “watchful waiting.”

Prostate cancer patients on active surveillance have routine appointments with their care team to monitor the prostate cancer. By choosing active surveillance, many men are able to avoid some negative side effects of treatment, and to maintain...

BY Molly Adams

Some types of chemotherapy can damage nerves, leading to a side effect called peripheral neuropathy. Patients may feel tingling, burning or...

BY Molly Adams

The terms Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma can be easily confused. Although they’re both named after the scientist who discovered them, they...

BY Molly Adams

Though you may not suspect it from the name, small cell lung cancer is among the most aggressive types of lung cancer.

Most small cell lung cancer patients have a history of smoking, but in some cases, it can occur in non-smokers.

Unfortunately, patients don’t typically get diagnosed with small cell lung cancer until the disease has spread to other parts of the body.

We spoke with small cell lung cancer specialist...

Graphic of masked doctor looking at lung cancer scan

BY Molly Adams

We’re all spending more time at home these days due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many parents, that means kids are spending more time with...

BY Molly Adams

Mantle cell lymphoma was classified as a separate type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1992. Since then, it’s historically been one of the most...

BY Molly Adams

Now that we’re several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are feeling the emotional toll of the uncertainty, worry and dramatic...

BY Molly Adams

When you’re undergoing cancer treatment, it’s important to get the right care at the right time – especially when it comes to seeking emergency...

BY Molly Adams

Starting a new relationship may be the last thing on your mind after a cancer diagnosis, or while you’re going through treatment. But for...

BY Molly Adams

Sexuality is part of living a fulfilling life, but sometimes a cancer diagnosis or treatments can affect desire, arousal or sexual function...