Cancer treatment makes getting a full night’s rest challenging, but good sleep habits can help.
by Tyler Santora
Caught in the Middle
Adolescents and young adults diagnosed with cancer often lag behind children and older adults in benefiting from treatment advances and social support.
by Cameron Walker
Caregiving With Confidence
Nurture a Circle of Support
Leaning on others can help to make you a better caregiver.
by K.J. Bannan
Your Cancer Guide
Thriving as a Survivor
Learn to live well in the years after cancer treatment.
by Hester Hill Schnipper
Chemotherapy Linked to Hearing Loss in Adults
Get your hearing checked periodically if you will be undergoing chemotherapy with neurotoxic effects.
by Sandra Gordon
Diet and Cancer: Getting the Research Onto Your Plate
New studies each year purport to show associations between certain foods and cancer. Experts say to focus on the big picture.
by Anne Danahy
New Guidelines Recommend Exercise for Most Cancer Patients
People in treatment for early-stage cancer should try to get exercise, according to new recommendations.
by Sandra Gordon
E-Cigarettes Don’t Live Up to Promises
New studies find that electronic cigarettes trail other methods in helping people quit smoking, but they are growing in popularity among teens.
by Teresa Bergen
The Pain of Grief
People affected by cancer often experience intense feelings of loss when those around them die of the disease.
by Charlotte Huff
Show Me You Care
Theresa Brown, who was a nurse when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, writes about deep gaps in her own care.
by Marci A. Landsmann
AACR patient advocate forum explores how new clinical trial designs are accelerating drug testing.
by Thomas CelonaFinding Your Niche
Support groups offer community for people with cancer in a world that doesn’t understand their experience.
by Carly FlumerMaking Informed Consent Accessible
Confusing informed consent forms are a common barrier to clinical trial participation. Researchers ask how they can be better designed for patients.
by Sandra GordonKeep That Colonoscopy Appointment
Experts weigh in on a recent study appearing to show that colonoscopy had lower-than-expected efficacy for preventing colorectal cancer.
by Pamela Rafalow Grossman