Alyssa Mixon, DO, MBA, helps patients with pain, muscle weakness, and other cancer-related issues.
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Through the UVA Cancer Peer Support Program, two women connected because of a shared diagnosis and now help each other in many ways.
Most Americans don't know alcohol increases the risk of cancer. Most also support adding a cancer-risk warning label to alcohol. Do you?
Learn how being a National Cancer Institute comprehensive cancer center means we can bring you the latest life-saving treatments.
From dealing with treatments and side effects to learning how to cope with emotional highs and lows, support services help patients manage every aspect of living with cancer.
Chances are, someone close to you smokes. How can you encourage them to quit without nagging or sounding judgmental?
Dr. Rooney specializes in breast cancer screening. Before becoming a doctor, he was a U.S. Navy pilot.
Although current and former smokers are most at risk, anyone can get lung cancer. That’s why it’s important to know the signs of lung cancer.
Blood cancer doctor Firas El Chaer, MD, came to UVA in 2019. He treats blood disorders and blood cancer, including leukemia.
Bruce faced the pandemic with no immune system because of lymphoma treatment. He teaches us how to face a health crisis.
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