BY William Fitzgerald

Seven years ago, Suzanne Hebert was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer that spread to her liver and bones. After four rounds of chemotherapy and decreasing response rates, she decided it was time for a change. That change came after advice from a friend, who also had advanced breast cancer, and was enrolled on a clinical trial at MD Anderson.

The trial combined two drugs, everolimus, and a hormone therapy called arimidex...

BY Maggie Newell

Part II of Monday's post- A 10-Year Triumph

Maggie Newell is a program manager in MD Anderson's Internal Communications department...

BY Maggie Newell

Maggie Newell is a program manager in MD Anderson's Internal Communications department. A native Houstonian, she's been with the institution...

BY MD Anderson

Richard Trevino zips around town in a black Camaro with a license plate that reads "proton." It's a symbol of the life-saving treatment...

BY Sapna Patel, M.D.

Uveal melanoma is a term with which many people may be unfamiliar. In part, that's because it's a relatively rare type of cancer, but also...