BY Sabrina Dominguez

I have a problem with the saying "Love yourself." People say it as if it could cure world hunger: "I know it's hard, sweetie, but all you have to do is love yourself." What kind of advice is that?

It's as if they're saying my medulloblastoma, a type of brain tumor, is going to be magically healed through my ability to love myself. I don't think so.

But during medulloblastoma treatment, I learned something...

Childhood medulloblastoma survivor Sabrina Dominguez shares what she's learned about loving herself through cancer.

BY Anna Masten Jackson

My husband and I recently made the familiar journey to MD Anderson again. It was time for another check-up. Since I was diagnosed with stage...

BY Kellie Bramlet

Esophageal cancer is most common in middle-aged men who are overweight and have a history of acid reflux or heartburn. But our esophageal...

BY Caroline Brown

In 2012, my husband and I moved back to Texas from New York City. We were excited to be back in our home state and ready to start a family...

BY Dawn Dorsey

Frank Bauer wasn't looking to be a trailblazer when he made an appointment at the MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center nine years ago. He just...

BY MD Anderson

Being a nurse is much more than just a job. At MD Anderson, our nurses provide care and compassion for our patients throughout their cancer...

BY Michele Longabough

Since my own stage IVĀ anal cancer diagnosis five years ago, I have done plenty of reading surrounding what not to say to someone with...