BY Carla Fallick

Carla Fallick is the daughter of patient at the MD Anderson Regional Care Center in Katy. She works and lives in New York City and when her father was diagnosed with oral cancer, she came up with creative ways to help him get through cancer treatment.

About a month ago, when life seemed to be going as perfect, as it could for a carefree 23-year-old living in New York City, my dad was diagnosed with oral cancer.

Initially...

Edward Fallick and his family

BY Sara Farris

A news story recently in the New York Times has unveiled a growing concern among pediatric oncologists and health care institutions at large...

BY Mary Jane Schier

Andria Schibler hopes the yeast she uses every day will do much more than make bread dough rise. Her ultimate goal is to help improve leukemia...

BY William Fitzgerald

A group of pediatric cancer patients from MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital took a special field trip to Crave Cupcakes to celebrate...

BY Lucy Richardson

Harry Moore, an 84-year-old leukemia patient, never thought he would get remarried after his wife of 66 years passed away two years ago. He'd...

BY Linda Duggan

Cancer has broken my heart too many times.

Almost 26 years ago, a cancerous brain tumor killed my beautiful daughter, Sarah, before...

BY Adelina Espat

"We'll kick cancer butt." That's what Ronald DePinho, M.D., MD Anderson's new president, said in a recent interview. And, as a Tae...

BY Lauren Schoenemann

When Joseph Nates, M.D., joined MD Anderson's faculty in 2002, he discovered a high incidence of ventilator-associated pneumonia.
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BY Donna Suckow

Patients living with cancer often feel worried, anxious and scared about doctor's visits, follow-up exams or treatment. For some, these feelings...