“This is a great way to connect with people, especially right now, when I feel like connecting with people is difficult. We’re not meeting too many strangers right now during COVID-19. It allows individuals to really express themselves.”
Nutritional needs and challenges are different for every cancer patient. Roswell Park's RDNs can make personalized recommendations to help you manage any side effects of treatment and stay healthy into the future.
Several years ago, I noticed a bump behind my knee. It began interfering with my daily activities, so I had my doctor take a look at it. She said it was just a cyst and nothing to worry about, but sent me to an orthopedist for further testing.
A caregiver devotes much of their time and energy to making sure the patient has everything they need during treatment, including the love and support that will help them get through it. But who supports the caregiver?
Does having one type of cancer — even if it is successfully treated — increase your risk of developing a new, unrelated cancer in the future? Here's important information for cancer survivors, just in time for National Cancer Prevention Month in February.
A Foley catheter is put in place when you cannot urinate normally, including after urological or gynecological surgery that affects the bladder — for example, surgery involving the prostate, bladder, kidney or uterus.