• 6/29/2016

    It’s that good ole summer time—the season of warm weather, picnics, travel, pool parties, and patio visits. What’s your go-to beverage in the summer? As a cancer survivor, side effects can slow down your beverage intake. It’s important to stay well-hydrated all summer long.

    Read More |
  • 6/22/2016

    According to a preliminary study, advanced ovarian cancer patients may benefit from immunotherapy after treatment with chemotherapy. Most patients respond well to platinum-based chemotherapy treatment, but these patients often relapse.

    Read More |
  • 6/22/2016

    Spending time in the great outdoors can improve your outlook and provide a welcome change from the monotony of indoor scenery many cancer survivors experience. Nature can provide tranquility and peace to help balance a busy schedule or ease a stressed mind.

    Read More |
  • 6/15/2016

    What did you learn about food from your father? Do you have a first memory of your father cooking for the family? How did your father influence the way you eat? As we celebrate Father’s Day this month, it’s a great time to reflect on our dads and how we care for the men in our lives.

    Read More |
  • 6/10/2016

    From a new study presented at the 2016 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting, the analysis of liquid biopsies (blood samples) can reveal the same genetic mutations as a tissue biopsy with very high accuracy.

    Read More |
  • 6/08/2016

    Since my cancer diagnosis was melanoma, a dermatologist was of course an important member of my healthcare team. The only problem? I didn’t particularly like my dermatologist.

    Read More |
  • 6/01/2016

    A lot of cancer patients and people in general have trouble getting a good night’s sleep.  However, sleep is very important, especially during cancer treatment to promote healing.

    Read More |