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BY MD Anderson

Last year, MD Anderson President John Mendelsohn, M.D., proposed 10 steps that can be taken to ensure cancer deaths decrease more rapidly, the ranks of survivors swell, and an even greater number of cancers are prevented in the first place.

This is the third in a series of posts on key actions outlined by Mendelsohn:

3. Prevent more cancers.
In an ideal world, cancer "care" would begin with risk assessment...

BY Val Marshall

Val Marshall's cancer journey began in May 2009 when her son Addison was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia. A visit to the family...

BY MD Anderson

Last year, MD Anderson President John Mendelsohn, M.D., proposed 10 steps that can be taken to ensure cancer deaths decrease more rapidly,...

BY Val Marshall

Val Marshall's cancer journey began in May 2009 when her son Addison was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia. A visit to the family doctor for what they thought was a simple high school football injury turned out to be so much more.

Inspired by her son's strength and hope, Val strives to be a voice to help connect other parents on this journey. Her series shares insight into her life as a mom of a typical teenager who just...

Addison Marshall

BY Sandi Stromberg

Rodolfo Morice, M.D., shares the stories of patients and family members when he talks about the role of pulmonary medicine at MD Anderson....

BY Suki Gibson, L.M.S.W., Rebecca Savoie, L.C.S.W. and Mark Anderson, L.M.S.W. - Social Work

An individual's memory, thinking and/or emotions are often affected by a brain tumor diagnosis and treatment.

The extent of these changes...

BY Denise Rager

A video essay detailing the Rager family's journey debuted at the Mom 2.0 Summit this morning in New Orleans. Watch the video to learn more...

BY Kim Gourley

It was Labor Day 2010, and my husband Eric and I took our three kids, Gannon, 4, Jordyn, 3, and Cohen, 1, for an outing in the park. We arrived...

BY MD Anderson

Cancer has become the leading world-wide cause of death from disease, according to the World Health Organization.

Significant progress...

BY Shelby Robin

When I was 12 years old, I didn't have a care in the world. My biggest concern was what position my big brother was going to allow me to play...