A common medication used to treat acid reflux was taken off the market two years ago, but its health hazards—including cancer risk—are ongoing.
Drowsiness can be a doozy. Oncology nurse, personal trainer and exercise specialist Jenny Spencer is working to help warriors cope with cancer-related fatigue through fitness.
Colorectal cancer is increasingly no longer a disease that affects only older adults. Dr. Zuri Murrell explains why younger people are experiencing higher rates and how to stay healthy.
While pushing for the option of women taking matters into their own hands when it comes to birth control, Saundra Pelletier was doing the same with her breast cancer diagnosis.
One woman’s decision to freeze her eggs ended up not only saving her life but changing the entire course of it.
While an incredible advancement, immunotherapy doesn’t work for every warrior—especially young women. By aiming to tailor treatment and customize care, precision medicine is ushering in a new era of improving immuno-oncology.
New York-based infectious disease doctor and breast cancer thriver Dr. Alexea Gaffney answers your questions about staying healthy during the cough, cold and flu season.
Frank McKenna’s stage IV lung cancer diagnosis came as a huge surprise, but he never realized the tools he needed for survival were always within reach.
While vitamin and supplement use has become trendier than ever, research shows nutrients in capsule or powdered form are still no match for a healthy diet—and may even cause more harm than good for people with cancer.