Can you donate an organ or blood if you've had cancer? If you're living with cancer or have a history of cancer, what are organ and blood donor disqualifications and qualifications? Here's what you need to know.
Can chemotherapy cause vision problems? It depends on your type of cancer treatment, but it's possible. Here's how to safeguard against potential issues.
While some LGL leukemia patients lead fairly normal lives, with occasional illnesses, others get recurrent infections that prevent them from working and fun activities.
It’s essential to understand sun safety and decrease your risk of skin cancer with skin protection. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
Michael Devitt, MD, is a hematologist/oncologist treating patients with cancers of the prostate, bladder, kidneys and testicles.
Some foods can make you feel worse during cancer treatment. Try to get adequate nutrition during cancer treatment and avoid certain types of food.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths because it doesn’t show symptoms until later stages. Lori Dunn was lucky as she is under the recommended screening age. Lori shares her colon cancer journey and why it's important to get screened.
Alex Trebek's chances with stage 4 pancreatic cancer aren't good. But UVA has hope in the form of precision medicine & early detection. Todd Bauer, MD, explains.
Colonoscopy used to be the only colorectal cancer screening option. There are several other options these days, including some you can do from the comfort of your home. Read about the pros and cons.
There's no definite way to prevent colon cancer but diets that are high in fiber have been found to lower your colorectal cancer risk.