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BY Lindi Senez

Fighting cancer is truly a team effort. But what happens when the caregiver of the team is no longer the caregiver? What happens when your loved one passes away, and you have to find your new normal?

This is what I’ve struggled to figure out since my husband, Dave, died one year ago on June 30, 2014.

Saying goodbye to Dave and my role as his caregiver
For eight years, Dave fought hemangiopericytoma, a type of brain tumor...

Caregiver Lindi Senez shares what she's learned in the process of grieving for her husband, who died of hemangiopericytoma.

BY Debra Ruzensky

In 2013, my role at MD Anderson changed when my husband was diagnosed with stage three diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Now I wasn't just a...

BY Gillian Kruse

The room is kept cold and dim, but it's not for medicine or lab samples.

Instead, this helps maintain the archives in the Historical...

BY Lori Baker

Hugh Lokey travels 497 miles each time he comes to MD Anderson for thyroid cancer treatment. Then it's 497 miles back home to Broken Arrow, Okla. He's been making the trip for five years, sometimes twice a month.   "It's been tremendously worth it," says Hugh, a 70-year-old Marine Corps veteran who's benefited from, and perhaps even survived because of, lenvatinib. This new thyroid cancer drug was tested here and approved...
Hugh Lokey is one of the thyroid cancer patients to benefit from Lenvatinib, a new drug approved by the FDA in Feb. 2015.

BY Almas Hirani

A year ago, I started working at MD Anderson, and every day has been an amazing journey. 

I've heard people say that they want to...

BY Lindsey Garner

The room is quiet. Soft light streams through the shaded windows. A soothing voice breaks the silence and addresses the cancer patients and...

BY Bryan Frame

In 2011, I was diagnosed with aggressive metastatic prostate cancer. Because of this, my doctors had very little hope I would still be here...

BY Lindsay Lewis

As a nurse right out of school, Carlos Hernandez knows it can take time to master the skills needed to become a good nurse.

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BY Stephanie Madsen

Three years after my large cell neuroendocrine cervical cancer diagnosis, I've defied the odds. The statistics gave me less than a 20% chance...

BY MD Anderson

Fatigue. Hot flashes. Thinning hair. The nagging feeling that something just wasn’t right.

In 2010, Kimberly Hill began experiencing...