Articles for Tag: "cancer"

‘I always tell my patients to keep fighting. Now I take my own advice. Cancer won’t stop me.’ 
‘I always tell my patients to keep fighting. Now I take my own advice. Cancer won’t stop me.’
Learn what it was like for an oncology nurse to be diagnosed with cancer.
Diagnosed with neuroblastoma at 19 months, resilient Maddie Crokin beats cancer thanks to CCHA team 
Diagnosed with neuroblastoma at 19 months, resilient Maddie Crokin beats cancer thanks to CCHA team
This little cancer survivor kept smiling despite some of the most challenging treatments.
Detecting this early could save your life 
Detecting this early could save your life
You won’t always have symptoms, and by the time you do, it could be too late
‘We are all part of the same fabric’ 
‘We are all part of the same fabric’
Radiation oncologist finds power in diversity and community.
Colonoscopy myths debunked 
Colonoscopy myths debunked
Does it hurt? A nurse takes on three common myths.
Latina women are especially at risk for this cancer 
Latina women are especially at risk for this cancer
Hispanic women are diagnosed at much higher rates.
Finding a way to feel normal again after cancer 
Finding a way to feel normal again after cancer
Cancer treatment is hard. But the care you get afterward is important, too. Learn more.