Ridding the World of Cervical Cancer

The World Health Organization has a plan to rid the entire planet of cervical cancer. Here's what you need to know about this commonly diagnosed disease.

Your Health

Ending the Stigma Around Cancers Caused by HPV

HPV causes head and neck cancers, among others. What can we do to end the stigma around these illnesses?

Your Body

Staying Hopeful After 5 Recurrences of Cancer

During cancer's repeated attacks, a teacher finds support from her husband and her school.

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Do You Need to See a Cardio-Oncologist?

Lifesaving treatments can increase the risk of heart disease. A cardio-oncologist can help keep your heart healthy while you fight cancer.

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How I Overcame Anal Cancer and Threw a Huge Party

No one ever told me my HPV diagnosis could lead to anal cancer. Now I'm on a mission to educate people, save lives and dispel the stigma around this increasingly common disease.

Real Women, Real Stories

Follicular Lymphoma: What You Should Know

Follicular lymphoma is characterized by cycles of remission and relapse and is the second most common form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

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Talking to Your Health Care Provider About Follicular Lymphoma

Lymphoma specialist Dr. Connie Lee Batlevi details important questions patients need to ask

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When to Ask About Cancer and Metastatic Bone Disease

Watch this video to learn when to ask your health care provider about metastatic bone disease

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Experiencing Odd Aches and Pains? When to Ask About Cancer and Metastatic Bone Disease

Don't wait until symptoms are present to ask your health care provider about metastatic bone disease

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Treasuring Time After a Diagnosis of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Making the most of every minute

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When Cancer Leads to Early Menopause

Younger women can experience menopause after cancer treatment. Here's how to manage it

Your Health

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Heavy Periods: What’s the Connection?

Weakness, headaches and even feeling out of breath are common symptoms, but sometimes they may point to a larger problem.

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I Had a 13.5-Pound Tumor in My Abdomen, but I’m Fighting Back

After surviving a rare type of cancer, I've become an avid runner and an organic gardener.

Real Women, Real Stories

Chadwick Boseman’s Death From Colorectal Cancer Underscores an Alarming Increase in Cases Among Younger Adults as Well as Health Gaps for African Americans

The tragic death of Chadwick Boseman at age 43 following a four-year battle against colorectal cancer underscores two important public health concerns.

Your Health

Don't Hide From Breast Cancer

I can't see the color pink without thinking about my own diagnosis, which started innocently enough in 1988 with a first-ever screening mammogram at the age of 34.

Breast Cancer