BY Molly Adams

Losing bone density is common as you age, when cells that help rebuild bones aren’t replaced as quickly. Because of this, your bones may become thin and full of tiny holes, making fractures more common. While bone loss is a part of aging for many people, certain types of cancer and cancer treatments may lead to bone loss – no matter your age.

To better understand bone loss in cancer patients and options for keeping bones healthy...

X-Ray of knee and leg bones

BY Cynthia DeMarco

You’d never guess that Luke Adkins is a cancer survivor by looking at him.

But the 24-year-old paramedic had his entire left knee and...

BY Cynthia DeMarco

When Dorothy Paterson discovered a lump in her right breast while showering in 1998, she didn’t believe it at first.

“I tried to wish...