Whether they face surgery, chemotherapy or radiation, patients are curious about what treatments will work best and what each type means for recovery. So where do we begin when it comes to lung cancer treatment?
Lung cancer is one of the most common and deadliest types of cancer, accounting for one of every five cancer deaths. Despite these scary statistics, fewer than 4 percent of people who qualify for lung cancer screenings ever get them. Should you?
Despite a cancer diagnosis and paralysis, aquatic therapy has given Mike Lambert newfound hope.
In the fight against endometrial cancer, Methodist is leading the way with a clinical trial aiming to prove that a method for finding potentially cancerous lymph nodes is effective. In this case, a green dye may light the way for surgical oncologists.
A relatively new procedure at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center is focused on the comfort and care of breast cancer patients with the smallest signs of disease.
When the hair is gone and your head is bare, how can you care for your scalp and skin when the side effects of chemo kick in?
Dealing with hair loss both emotionally and physically can be easier once you know what to expect.
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.