The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved obinutuzumab in combination with bendamustine followed by treatment with obinutuzumab alone as a second line treatment for patients with follicular lymphoma.
Have you seen a lot of red dresses and hats this February? Do you know what is behind this trend? The American Heart Association runs a major awareness campaign in February each year called “Go Red for Women,” encouraging people to wear red.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a press release regarding cervical cancer. According to the FDA, cervical cancer is largely preventable thanks to three FDA-approved vaccines that protect against the disease.
Does just the idea of grocery shopping make you feel tired or exhausted? Does making a home cooked meal zap all your energy? Do you know a cancer survivor who would benefit from a meal delivered to their home?
Cancer patients who miss two or more radiation treatments do not have as good of outcomes as patients who stick to their treatment plan, according to a new study.
If you are a cancer survivor who received chemotherapy or immunotherapy at a hospital or treatment center accredited by the Commission on Cancer, the drugs you received we
According to a new study from the University of Chicago, female breast cancer survivors may be at higher risk for thyroid tumors, and thyroid cancer survivors may be at an increased risk for breast tumors.
As a cancer survivor myself, I’ve frequently heard my fellow cancer survivor friends dismiss bouts of forgetfulness or simple mistakes as “chemo brain.” We always chuckle at this joke.