Results for "Cáncer"

Liquid Biopsy May Change the Way We Treat Cancer
Blood tests have long told us a lot about what’s going on in our bodies—from whether we have certain conditions like diabetes to whether our organs, like...
Jan 27
Cold Caps: Preventing Hair Loss During Chemotherapy
An annoying cowlick, frizzy hair that can’t be tamed—we’ve all had bad hair days from time to time. But for those with hair loss, particularly those experiencing...
Jan 21
How Childhood Cancers Differ from Adult Cancers
Even though your child may be the spitting image of you or share your unique personality, they aren’t just small adults. Children require special care...
Jan 17
Why Your Kids Shouldn’t Skip the Cancer-Fighting HPV Vaccine
Most parents choose to have their children vaccinated against measles, polio, meningitis and other diseases that can be prevented with childhood immunizations....
Jan 16
How to Manage Your Mucositis During Cancer Treatment
If you’ve gotten chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplant, or radiation therapy for cancer in your head, neck or mouth, there’s a good chance you’ve also...
Jan 05
Life After Testicular Cancer: What Survivors Should Expect
For testicular cancer survivors, remission is a monumental milestone that deserves celebration. However, it rarely means there’s no more worry. After all,...
Dec 21
How to Evaluate Your Risk for This Rare Type of Lymphoma
If you have textured breast implants, you could be at risk for breast implant–associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). BIA-ALCL is a cancer...
Nov 29
Stomach Cancer’s Most Obvious Warning Signs
Stomach cancer used to be common in the U.S. In fact, it was America’s leading cause of cancer death for much of the early 20th century. Now, though? It’s...
Nov 21
Talking to Children When a Sibling Has Cancer (an Age-by-Age Guide)
Hearing your child has cancer is one of the worst things a parent can hear, but it can also be difficult for siblings as well. Cancer has a ripple effect...
Nov 11
Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers: Yes, It’s Possible
If you’ve never taken a puff of a cigarette, you might assume you’re safe from getting lung cancer. It’s true avoiding these cancer-causing products and...
Nov 08