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BY Lori Baker

You might be surprised to learn that some of the well-meaning words said to people with cancer are the things they want least to hear.

Why do so many people say the wrong things? Those who don't have cancer might not have the insights to offer the right words. Some speak before thinking. Others stumble due to anxiety.

"Some people feel uncomfortable talking to those with cancer because the disease taps into their...

BY MD Anderson

Vehbi Koc Foundation (VKF) American Hospital and MD Anderson recently announced that they are expanding cancer care services in Istanbul and...

BY Laura Prus

When she was 18 years old, Tracey Ferrin had a husband, a 10-month-old daughter and was pregnant with her second child. She also had growing...