It’s important to face any life-changing surgery with a realistic expectation.
Exercise provides tremendous benefits to both body and mind. With proper instruction and pacing, people healing from cancer can enjoy many health benefits.
It was a question many were proud to answer at the 2018 Komen Nebraska Race for the Cure®.
The decision to get screened for prostate cancer is deeply personal. Making that decision begins with knowing the facts.
Thyroid cancer is one of the fastest growing incidences of cancer in the nation. It’s also one of the most commonly treated cancers at the Methodist Head and Neck Surgical Oncology Clinic.
Thyroid cancer affects nearly 54,000 Americans each year. While there are many different varieties of thyroid cancer, most thyroid cancers can be treated successfully.
It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., yet a third of the people most at risk have never been tested. What you need to know about colon cancer screening.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. What should you watch for when it comes to protecting your skin? (VIDEO)
When we hear the word cancer, most people tend to think of older people being more at risk. But when it comes to testicular cancer, younger men are the ones in the danger zone.
Do you ever wonder how doctors determine what cancer treatments are the most effective? Or the risk factors for a cancer? It all starts with a Cancer Registry. Learn how the registrar helps improve prevention and treatment by analyzing cancer data.