Top

BY Holly Easley

Holly Easley began her cancer journey five years ago when she was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). After two types of chemotherapy and then a stem cell transplant, she says she loves life, is improving daily and enjoys blogging about the cancer experience at http://hollyeasley.wordpress.com/.

My hair.

I've always had a love-hate relationship with my hair. Being a redhead attracted a lot of attention, good...

Holly Easley

BY Peiying Yang, Ph.D., and Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D.

In the past 50 years, the use of nutritional supplements for the prevention of cancer has increased dramatically in the United States. However...

BY Cheryl Keenan

I have been involved with Run for the Rose since it started 10 years ago.

Dr. Marnie Rose was one of our patients. I met her when...

BY Judy Overton

Marta Davila, M.D., continues to see the benefits of colorectal cancer screening.

A physician in MD Anderson's Endoscopy Center, Davila recently treated a presumably healthy 52-year-old man who responded to his wife's encouragement to get a colonoscopy.

"The patient kept postponing his colonoscopy appointment because he felt well. He was diagnosed with early stage colon cancer, underwent surgery and is now cured...

BY Kristin Elmore

Kristin Elmore feels honored to have spent last year as roommate and caregiver to her true, blue best friend, Jennie, who died of a glioblastoma...

BY Megan Maisel

Results from a report released today in a leading medical journal indicate that low dose daily aspirin reduces the risk of metastasis of several...

BY Justin Ozuna

Justin Ozuna lives in Dallas and was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia in January 2006. His mission is to capture the ups and downs...