Some words from Cancer Today's editor-in-chief.
A letter from Cancer Today 's executive editor
Embrace being a cancer survivor and learn to set aside your guilt.
Appreciate the good things that may come from caregiving.
Retired Army colonel Jim Williams is on a mission to raise prostate cancer awareness and speak out on men's health issues.
Keeping a close eye on slow-growing blood cancers may be a better option than actively treating them.
Actor Edward Herrmann, perhaps best known for playing Richard Gilmore in Gilmore Girls, was a gentleman in real life as well as on stage and screen. He died of brain cancer in 2014.
Bacteria can be both good and bad. Researchers are learning how microbes might be used to treat cancer, while minimizing the risks posed by the tiny organisms.
Psychiatrist Andrew Roth advises "emotional judo" for prostate cancer patients.
Give the gift of music to young cancer patients.
Readers share snapshots of their lives with and beyond cancer.