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BY Leslie Schover, Ph.D.

I have spent more than 30 years of my career trying to help cancer patients prevent or overcome sexual problems related to treatment. Although we better understand the causes of those problems, and have a few medical options to restore firm erections, most men still don't get accurate information when they need it.

To try to solve this situation, my research team has been working with a small business grant from the National...

BY Holly Easley

Holly Easley began her cancer journey five years ago when she was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). After two types of chemotherapy...

BY Jennifer Montgomery

A new report shows that cancer death rates are still on the decline in the United States, but increasing obesity remains a concern.

BY Marcy Kurtz

I'm most importantly a daughter, sister, aunt and dependable friend to many. I practice law as a vocation and yoga as an avocation. I'm deeply committed to helping people, as a lawyer and as a yoga instructor. I'm a two-time cancer survivor -- beating breast cancer diagnosed in October 2005 and uterine cancer diagnosed in August 2010. I'm just another ordinary person living an ordinary life, one day at a time. 

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Marcy Kurtz

BY Marcy Kurtz

I'm most importantly a daughter, sister, aunt and dependable friend to many. I practice law as a vocation and yoga as an avocation. I'm deeply...

BY Peiying Yang, Ph.D., and Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D.

In the past 50 years, the use of nutritional supplements for the prevention of cancer has increased dramatically in the United States. However...

BY Cheryl Keenan

I have been involved with Run for the Rose since it started 10 years ago.

Dr. Marnie Rose was one of our patients. I met her when...

BY Judy Overton

Marta Davila, M.D., continues to see the benefits of colorectal cancer screening.

A physician in MD Anderson's Endoscopy Center,...

BY Sara Farris

Tell children something and they might understand. Show them something and they'll remember it.

In March, MD Anderson Children's...

BY Kristin Elmore

Kristin Elmore feels honored to have spent last year as roommate and caregiver to her true, blue best friend, Jennie, who died of a glioblastoma...