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BY Nicho Bourque

I guess it's unusual to see a patient doing cartwheels down a hallway at MD Anderson. But after seeing my scans, which indicated that the treatment I'd received for metastatic melanoma was starting to work, it seemed like the right thing to do.

That was three years ago.

Today, I feel the same way because my tests show no signs of cancer activity.

Becoming famous, thanks to a clinical trial 

BY Brandie Sellers

Brandie Sellers teaches yoga, meditation, nutrition and cooking. She paints, writes, runs and plays with her children. She is a divorcee and...

BY April Greene and Wendy Griffith

With the holiday season upon us, there is no better opportunity to work on creating your legacy.

For many cancer patients, this...

BY Linda Ryan

I recently took my 99-year-old grandmother to dinner with my friend Barbara. Barbara is the friend who went to Texas with me for treatment every other visit so my husband could stay home and maintain some normalcy for our two boys.  

When Barbara was saying goodbye to Nana, Nana got tearful and said, "Thank you. We tried hard to find a way to thank you and your friends for what you did for Linda."

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BY Sharmila Vaidya

On the afternoon of May 1, I was lying on the couch mindlessly watching TV after a long day at school. Suddenly, the loud ring of the phone...

BY William Fitzgerald

Fizzling beakers, gooey bars of soap and lots of smiles were just a few of the scenes at a recent celebration at MD Anderson's Proton Therapy...

BY Judy Overton

After a long and successful career in broadcast journalism in Houston, North Texas and Oklahoma, Judy Overton joined MD Anderson in 2008 as...

BY Stephen Collazo

National Family Caregivers Month is here, and I want to start by thanking all of the caregivers reading this for your help in Making...

BY Laura Nathan-Garner

Quitting smoking isn't easy. But it's one of the best decisions you can make for your health. Giving up tobacco helps lower the risk for cancer...

BY Gasper Mir

Gasper Mir met his wife, Marisa, more than two decades ago at The University of Texas, Austin. Two  years after they married, she&nbsp...