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BY John Hyatt

I worked at MD Anderson for 16 years as a program manager in Employee Health & Wellbeing before retiring in 2015. So, I knew that it was famous for treating rare cancers. But it wasn’t until I was diagnosed with a neuroendocrine tumor in 2018 that I truly appreciated its reputation for excellence.

When I was doing internet research to find the best place for my treatment, MD Anderson was the name that kept popping up. And,...

Neuroendocrine tumor survivor John Hyatt

BY Cynthia DeMarco

About 12,000 people will be diagnosed with neuroendocrine tumors — sometimes called carcinoid tumors — each year. But what exactly are these...

BY Stephanie Madsen

My trip to MD Anderson for large cell cervical cancer treatment was so incredible that I wished I could have stayed longer.

The place...

BY Kellie Bramlet

On the fifth anniversary of the day she entered remission, Mai Salem was told her pancreatic cancer had returned.

At first, Mai was devastated. For five years, Mai had provided hope for other pancreaticcancer patients as a volunteer for  myCancerConnection, a support group that pairs new patients with survivors who share their same cancer diagnosis. But after her recurrence, she wasn't so sure she could still be a voice of...

BY Mary Powell

I labeled the daily emails from our March trip to MD Anderson for my brother’s stem cell transplant “our adventure,” and that’s exactly...