The Power of Journaling to Get Through the Emotions of Cancer

The Power of Journaling to Get Through the Emotions of Cancer

The Benefits of Journaling for Cancer Patients and Caregivers If you or a loved one have recently been diagnosed with cancer or are currently receiving treatment for cancer, you may be feeling overwhelmed. Stress, fear, sadness and other strong emotions are normal...
Six Must-Knows About Bladder Cancer

Six Must-Knows About Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is the fourth most common cancer diagnosed in men, and men are four times more likely than women to develop it. The incidence for white males is two times higher than the incidence for Black, Hispanic or Asian Pacific men. It typically occurs in...
How to Choose an Oncologist

How to Choose an Oncologist

Choosing a Doctor for Your Cancer Care When you learn that you or a family member has cancer, the pursuit of the best possible medical care and treatment plan becomes paramount. Selecting a doctor is one of the most crucial decisions you’ll make during this...
Receiving an Abnormal Mammogram Report, What’s Next?

Receiving an Abnormal Mammogram Report, What’s Next?

It is not unusual to get recalled after an initial screening mammogram. Additional imaging is often requested so that a clearer view of a particular area of breast tissue can be captured. Fewer than one in 10 women who return for additional testing are found to have...
Lumpectomy or Mastectomy? Which Is Right for You?

Lumpectomy or Mastectomy? Which Is Right for You?

If you have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer, making decisions about your treatment can be an overwhelming part of an already difficult time. Although your options will vary depending on the stage and type of cancer you have and your overall health, many...