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When the Elephant in the Room Is Pink

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime, but the average five year survival rate for breast cancer is 89 percent. When cancer ...

Are You at High Risk for Cancer?

Certain traits such as being tall or short or having brown eyes or blue eyes are hereditary and are passed on from one generation to another. What you may not r...

Cancer: An Emotional Roller Coaster Ride

For most patients, a cancer diagnosis is an attack on the mind as well as the body. Effectively managing the progression of emotions triggered by cancer is impo...

Cancer Care Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation can serve an important role in improving the quality of life for the more than 14 million people who currently are living with cancer. “Rehabili...

Men Behaving Badly

  An attitude adjustment may save your life You’re plopped on the couch with your second beer in one hand, a remote in the other, watching the bigges...

Thriving During and After Cancer Treatment

Being declared cancer-free is something to celebrate. But for many patients, that milestone comes with a mix of emotions – joy, anger, relief, sadness, confusion, and even guilt. Transitioning from patient to survivor is not a destination. Rather, it is the beginning of a new normal. By Guillermo Lazo, MD