• Making Treatment Decisions

    It’s not always clear what to do when cancer progresses. Abigail Johnston shares how she has approached treatment decisions since her metastatic breast cancer diagnosis in 2017.

    by Abigail M. Johnston

  • Forward Look

    The Promise of Liquid Biopsies

    Blood tests that detect traces of cancer cells and tumor DNA help find residual disease after treatment is completed.

    by Tara Haelle

  • Forward Look

    The Chemotherapy Choice

    Adding an anthracycline to taxane chemotherapy regimens can reduce recurrence risk in early-stage breast cancer, but side effects also factor into treatment decisions.

    by Kris Conner

  • Forward Look

    Tissue-sparing Surgery

    A clinical trial affirms the value of a procedure that preserves more tissue in early-stage lung cancer patients.

    by Ashley P. Taylor

  • Forward Look

    New Chemotherapy Delivery Device in Bladder Cancer

    Pretzel-shaped device delivers sustained doses of chemotherapy to the bladder

    by Leah Lawrence

  • Living With Chronic Blood Cancer

    Thanks to medical advances, more people with blood cancer are living for years or even decades after their diagnosis. But when these diseases are incurable, patients must learn to adjust to ongoing monitoring and treatment.

    by Kendall K. Morgan

  • Survivor Profile

    Changing Course

    Initially diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ, Sabrina Mayhew’s persistence in seeking out experts would lead to tumor testing that indicated she could safely forgo chemotherapy.

    by Queen Muse

  • Healthy Habits

    Make Time for Tea

    A daily tea habit is associated with improved survival for those with colorectal cancer.

    by Anne Danahy

  • Q&A

    Pulling Back the Research Curtain

    Jessica Wapner looks back on the scientific discoveries that transformed outcomes for chronic myelogenous leukemia.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • Lung Cancer Patients Face Worse Survival After Wildfire Exposure

    Researchers find that lung cancer patients recovering from surgery are especially vulnerable to the health hazards of wildfires even up to a year later.

    by Sandra Gordon