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BY MD Anderson

Cancer of the ear and temporal bone are rare. They also can be difficult to diagnose and challenging to treat. Yet, progress is being made in discovering what drives these diseases and how to approach them more successfully.

Paul Gidley, M.D., associate professor in the departments of Head and Neck Surgery and Neurosurgery at MD Anderson, answers questions about ear and temporal bone cancers. (See related story on ear cancer...

BY Lana Maciel

Soy milk, tofu and edamame are just a few of the many soy-rich foods touted for helping individuals reduce cholesterol levels and minimize...

BY Judy Overton

Anticipation. You've been there at some point in your life. As an expectant mother, I worried about labor pains.

The day before my...

BY Lucy Richardson

As an employee in the Communications office at MD Anderson, I spend the majority of my time reading and learning about others' experiences with cancer.

Since March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, I have been tirelessly researching colon cancer facts and prevention methods.

Last night as I was having dinner with my family I learned my grandmother had colon cancer and her son, my father who is over 50 (sorry dad), has...

BY Alex De Alvarado, Michael Richardson, M.T.-B.C., Ingrid Sevy, M.A., M.T.-B.C., Richard Lee, M.D., and Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D.

For many people, music connects them to their emotions and is often a way to be socially connected. That is why music can be an effective...

BY Mary Brolley

If you suspect that cancer "runs in your family," you may be curious about -- or even considering -- genetic testing.

This...

BY MD Anderson

It's a simple fact that bears repeating this Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: Colorectal cancer screening saves lives. If found early, these...