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BY Mary Brolley

While the world's largest medical center and the city that surrounds it sleep, our specialized Nocturnal Program team is hard at work.

The Nocturnal Program team tends to medical oncology patients, those just out of surgery or in the ICU, pediatric patients, and those admitted from our Emergency Center.

"Just because the day shift has gone home, it doesn't mean the patient won't spike a fever or have some other...

BY Marcy Kurtz

I completed my uterine cancer treatment at MD Anderson in spring 2011. Since that time I have received consistent and attentive follow-up...

BY Robert Matney

Once you've received a cancer diagnosis, you're faced with a series of sometimes urgent choices, including which type of cancer treatment...

BY Trevor Mitchell

After receiving a stem cell transplant, Judy Waxman faced a long road to recovery. She knew she would have to rely on her inner strength to stay motivated. But it was a small incentive she found through our inpatient stem cell transplant program that made the biggest difference during her hospitalization.

Colorful bandanas and strips of paper from an incentive-based mobility initiative called the Motivated and Moving Program...

BY Anna Masten Jackson

You see it all around you: pink ribbons, pink hats, pink T-shirts. You can buy pink bracelets, pink bookmarks and pink watches. When I was...

BY Jenny Montgomery

After a long day of helping MD Anderson's researchers pursue a cure for cancer, Jared Burks, Ph.D., relaxes by custom crafting his own LEGO...

BY Lindsay Lewis

When Susanne Stanley started working at MD Anderson nearly two years ago, she never imagined the challenges associated with cancer recovery...

BY Misty Baumann

On September 1, 2011, my husband, Phil Baumann was diagnosed with brain cancer, specifically glioblastoma multiforme, grade IV. We were devastated...

BY Laura Nathan-Garner

For many of our patients, peripheral neuropathy is among the unexpected side effects of cancer treatment.

It's caused by damage to...

BY Cindy McConkey Cox

My girls would have turned inside out with embarrassment if they'd seen me. After completing chemotherapy and radiation treatment for my bile...