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Healthy Holiday Eating

The holidays for here along with the temptations of big meals, bountiful treats, and alcoholic beverages aplenty. Cancer patients might find these traditions difficult to keep up with. Keeping a good, healthy diet can be difficult, but right now is the time to boost your health. This doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the festivities, but Read More


Liver Cancer 101: What You Need to Know

Liver cancer can originate in the liver, or spread to the liver from other organs. In this section, we’ll focus specifically on individuals diagnosed with cancer that began in the liver, rather than metastatic tumors. Causes Hepatitis B and hepatitis C make up 60 percent of all primary liver cancers. Because of this, liver cancer Read More


Kidney Cancer 101

There are several different types of cancer which fall under the umbrella category of kidney cancer. Of these there are two predominant types, renal cell carcinomas (RCC) and urothelial cell carcinomas (UCC). The names describe which region they originated in. RCC originated in the kidney specifically and is responsible for 90 percent to 95 percent Read More


Your Basic Guidebook to Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a disease that can only affect men. Unlike even breast cancer which though associated with women but can grow in both sexes, the prostate gland is as common a natural occurrence in the female body as ovaries are in men. The prostate is part of the male reproductive system and is responsible Read More


A Basic Introduction to Lung Cancer Facts

Lung cancer is one of the three most prevalent cancers in the U.S., along with breast and prostate cancer. Unfortunately, unlike breast cancer and prostate cancer, which affect similar numbers of people as lung cancer, lung cancer is much more deadly. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. and worldwide. Read More


How to Support Your Partner During Prostate Cancer Treatment

Prostate cancer doesn’t just affect the man diagnosed; the disease’s impact also extends to his partner, children, parents, and friends. As the partner of a man with prostate cancer, it can be hard to know how to respond and what to do to support your other half through his treatment and beyond. The diagnosis itself Read More

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