What Women Need to Know About Lung Cancerchevron_right
Although breast cancer is more common among American women, lung cancer is the top cancer killer of women (and men) in the U.S. In fact, lung cancer has killed more women than breast cancer for close to 35 years.
Pets Can Be Good Companions on Your Cancer Journeychevron_right
Many people think of their pets as part of the family. That type of close bond with an animal can give you an emotional lift if you’re dealing with a hardship, such as cancer. Below are a few ways that being around a beloved pet can help you feel supported during and after cancer treatment.
Help Your Child Thrive After Cancerchevron_right
A child who has conquered cancer has much to look forward to. But as a parent, you know challenges still lie ahead. Here's help.
Cervical Cancer Risk: The Mental Health Factorchevron_right
Mental health touches nearly every part of our lives, affecting how we think, feel, and act. But did you know it can also influence our risk for physical illnesses? New research drives this point home for one serious condition: cervical cancer.
Liver Cancer: What You Need to Knowchevron_right
Your liver is the largest essential organ in your body. Yet you probably haven’t heard as much about liver cancer as other cancer types. That’s likely because liver cancer is less common in the U.S. than other parts of the world. However, the number of cases is on the rise.
What Is Supportive Care for Cancer Patients?chevron_right
Supportive care is exactly what it sounds like: It’s health care that offers an added boost of physical and emotional support after you’ve been diagnosed with cancer.
Why Are Younger People Getting Cancer?chevron_right
If it seems like younger people are getting cancer more often, you’re right. Although cancer mostly affects people ages 50 and older, recent years have brought a shift.