Cancer Care

It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says 
It’s still better to quit smoking—even if you gain weight, study says
Even at the risk of adding pounds after quitting smoking, a new study says quit anyway.
Aspirin may be key in fight against melanoma 
Aspirin may be key in fight against melanoma
Studies may show aspirin helps reduce the risk of the deadliest skin cancer, but preventative measures may make the most sense.
When it comes to breast cancer surgery, is less really more?  Featured
When it comes to breast cancer surgery, is less really more?
A recent study suggests a more conservative approach is best for treating early-stage breast cancer. Find out why exploring the best treatment options available to you with your doctor could get you well sooner.
Music therapy helps create new normal for cancer patients  Featured
Music therapy helps create new normal for cancer patients
Music helps patients manage pain and stress while undergoing treatment. Says one music therapist, “It’s science, but it’s so much like magic sometimes.” Take a listen and see for yourself.
New group vows to dispel ‘myths’ of tanning dangers 
New group vows to dispel ‘myths’ of tanning dangers
A new organization of tanning salon owners has formed to dispel what they say is misinformation regarding the dangers of tanning beds.
Moderate drinking linked to cancer deaths 
Moderate drinking linked to cancer deaths
Researchers say even a few drinks increases risk of cancer death.
Older people with kidney cancer might think twice about surgery 
Older people with kidney cancer might think twice about surgery
Wait and see may be the best approach vs. surgery for older patients with kidney cancer.