While dealing with cancer treatment, you may find yourself contending with an unexpected side effect: disappearing friendships or otherwise changing relationships. You finally worked up the courage to tell your friends, and maybe even post on Facebook about your…
Take care of the skin on your head after you lose your hair to chemo. Check these tips for bald head maintenance to avoid burning or damaging your skin.
Indumathy Varadarajan, MD, is a hematologist oncologist at UVA Cancer Center who specializes in caring for patients with a variety of blood cancers.
The prospect of joining a cancer clinical trial is exciting. How can you evaluate your options while maintaining realistic expectations?
You can help to identify your likelihood of developing the condition through genetic testing that identifies specific genetic mutations that cause cancer.
Lately, there has been talk about the link between alkaline water and cancer, and you may be wondering if you should start adding this type of water to your diet.
Regaining your strength after chemo is an essential part of the recovery process. Read on for ways to incorporate strength training into your routine.
While long-term exposure to the sun’s harmful rays can pose health risks, going through chemotherapy can make your skin even more sensitive to the sun.
Immunotherapy is an exciting area of cancer research. How does this treatment work and is it right for you?
If you’ve been diagnosed with LGL leukemia, your symptoms may fall within a wide range, from asymptomatic (no symptoms) to symptoms such as severe fatigue. If you also have rheumatoid arthritis, you may experience joint pain.