More than 80 percent of children beat cancer and go on to lead happy, productive adult lives.
Brandee Aquilino, PsyD, MA, and Kristen Fix, LMSW, joined this week's Roswellness Radio to discuss childhood cancers and their effect on not only the patient, but the entire family.
It’s become a running joke in our family: “Hey, give us a break. We don’t know what we’re doing. After all, this is our first brain tumor!”
Ovarian and gynecological cancers are both nationally recognized throughout the month of September.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and is also celebrated as Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month.
If you smoke, quit. It will be the smartest decision you make on your journey to fight cancer. There’s nothing more damaging to your treatment and overall health than tobacco use. The sooner you quit the better.
Occupational therapists (OT) are part of the rehabilitation team at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and we focus on assisting patients with optimizing their functional independence.
Secondary cancers sometimes occur after a patient receives an initial, separate cancer diagnosis.
As a follow-up to my recent post on treatment options for advanced sarcoma, I wanted to highlight a few of the clinical trials we currently have open here at Roswell P
This week's Roswellness Radio spotlights smoking and cancer treatment.