Articles for Tag: "radiation"

‘I was in a fight for my life’ 
‘I was in a fight for my life’
A breast cancer patient-turned-team member shares how she is using her cancer survivorship to help others.
Do you need an x-ray? 
Do you need an x-ray?
New technology could make getting one easier than ever.
Options for stage 4 cancer patients continue to evolve 
Options for stage 4 cancer patients continue to evolve
There’s a new possible treatment for tumors in the small intestine and pancreas.
Why does this cancer survivor consider herself lucky? 
Why does this cancer survivor consider herself lucky?
Two years after her cancer diagnosis, a Cary, Ill. woman reflects on her illness.
Breast cancer patients report something unexpected after treatment  Featured
Breast cancer patients report something unexpected after treatment
Women who have received radiation therapy know something that may surprise others. What is it?
How I saved my sister’s life 
How I saved my sister’s life
A two-time breast cancer survivor explains how she uses her battle to inspire others.
Attacking an unusual cancer – the second time around 
Attacking an unusual cancer – the second time around
Find out how this U.S. Air Force vet confronted a rare cancer stemming from his nasal septum.