New Cancer Treatments – Immensely Helpful For Cancer Patients

Cancer is categorized by unrestrained apoptosis, cell proliferation and growth arrest. Heredities of cancer largely involves the initiation of proto-oncogenes to oncogenes and inactivation of tumor suppressor...

My husband’s courageous hemangiopericytoma journey

My husband’s courageous hemangiopericytoma journey via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Lindi Senez Our brain tumor journey began in 2006, when my husband Dave first...

It’s About You: Lu Ann Cahn’s Story

It’s About You: Lu Ann Cahn’s Story via LBBC’s Blog:   We would like to introduce you to our blogging series, “It’s About You.” In addition to telling you their personal...

Reliability of Lung Cancer Tissues for Gene Expression Analysis

Research for various cancers has benefitted greatly from the availability of cancer tissues from biobanks. In 2014 alone, The American Cancer Society has estimated that there will be over approximately...

How To Understand Different Types Of Bone Cancer

Regardless of the type of bone cancer that a person develops, early diagnosis will determine the method of treatment and whether the treatment will effectively treat and cure it. Some patients will initially...

ASPIRE-ing for a tobacco-free world

ASPIRE-ing for a tobacco-free world via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By John Chattaway As a part of MD Anderson’s mission to end cancer, we’re aspiring to raise...

My Chance to ‘Pay it Forward’

My Chance to ‘Pay it Forward’ via LBBC’s Blog: By now most of you know LBBC blogger and volunteer, Caryn Kaplan, with her most recent blog illustrating her thoughts and emotions while attending...

Coping with anxiety and depression during and after my melanoma treatment

Coping with anxiety and depression during and after my melanoma treatment via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Amanda Woodward High strung, intense, a little worried. These...

Sharing My Experience With DCIS Helped Me Uncover My True Strength

Sharing My Experience With DCIS Helped Me Uncover My True Strength via LBBC’s Blog: LBBC would like to welcome Lori who is sharing her breast cancer journey with us today. If you or anyone...

Hair today, gone tomorrow: Losing my hair during thymoma treatment

Hair today, gone tomorrow: Losing my hair during thymoma treatment via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Anna Jackson Possibly one of the most concerning parts of cancer...

93-year-old esophageal cancer survivor makes the most of every day

93-year-old esophageal cancer survivor makes the most of every day via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: When Gus Kunze was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2011, his daughter...

Chondrosarcoma patient: When there isn’t anything else the doctors can do

Chondrosarcoma patient: When there isn’t anything else the doctors can do via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Mike Snyder “At this point, there isn’t...

Head and neck cancer patient: Why I chose MD Anderson

Head and neck cancer patient: Why I chose MD Anderson via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Paul Neff I was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsil, a type of...

BRCA genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancers: It’s easier than you think

BRCA genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancers: It’s easier than you think via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Erika Archer Lewis Twenty years ago, while a college...

Colon cancer patient: ‘Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence’

Colon cancer patient: ‘Cancer doesn’t have to be a death sentence’ via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: Marie Cavazos never expected the stomach pain she...

Prostate cancer patient fights back and gives back

Prostate cancer patient fights back and gives back via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Bryan Frame On March 23, 2011, I was told I wouldn’t live to be an old man....

4 tips to protect your colon

4 tips to protect your colon via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Robert Bresalier, M.D. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in both men and women in the...

6 tips for coping with cancer-related lymphedema

6 tips for coping with cancer-related lymphedema via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Pam Schlembach, M.D. More and more people are surviving and thriving after cancer,...

Nutrition to prevent Colorectal Cancer: Reduce Fat and Increase Fiber

Nutrition to prevent Colorectal Cancer: Reduce Fat and Increase Fiber via Cancer Treatment Mexico: This Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month we have already looked at the facts surrounding colorectal...

The patient paradox: Planning for the future, while living in the moment

The patient paradox: Planning for the future, while living in the moment via Cancerwise | Cancer blog from MD Anderson Cancer Center: By Sarah Hines, Social Work Counselor “Happy is the person...