• Healthy Habits

    Coffee Time

    Recent studies find a cup of joe is associated with reduced risk of endometrial and liver cancers.

    by Carisa Brewster

  • Q&A

    Tangled Family Ties

    Susan Keller’s best hope at keeping cancer at bay meant tracking down a brother who didn’t want to be found.

    by Marci A. Landsmann

  • Get Involved

    Making Home a Haven

    Designing Dreams performs bedroom makeovers for children with cancer.

    by Thomas Celona

  • Colorectal Cancer in Young People

    While colorectal cancer incidence has gone down among older people, incidence rates have steadily increased for people under age 50. Younger people are more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage and have unique challenges that come with facing cancer in their prime.

    by Erin O’Donnell

  • Survivor Profile

    The Power of Persistence

    Albert Khoury’s determination to explore all treatment options for his rare lung cancer led to a lifesaving transplant surgery.

    by Thomas Celona

  • Forward Look

    A Future Without Breast Surgery?

    A small study finds no cancer recurrences after two years in patients who skipped breast surgery following a complete response to chemotherapy—but experts say the research is in its very early stages.

    by Darcy Lewis

  • Forward Look

    Radiation for Advanced Liver Cancer

    Study results show stereotactic body radiation therapy could be added to standard care.

    by Carolyn Bernhardt

  • Forward Look

    Blood Test Could Predict Cancer Recurrence and Treatment Side Effects

    Protein signatures in the blood could help guide physicians in choosing among different immunotherapy drugs.

    by Anna Napolitano

  • Forward Look

    Chemotherapy-free Treatment for Advanced Esophageal Cancer

    Physicians consider which patients are ideal for immunotherapy drug combinations.

    by Leah Lawrence

  • Forward Look

    Wrap-around Care for Kids With Cancer

    Legislation creates opportunities and challenges for children with cancer who receive treatment while on hospice.

    by Sharon Tregaskis