TLC’s The Little Couple
Star Dr. Jennifer Arnold’s
On-Camera Cancer Battle
Since 2009, TLC’s The Little Couple has followed Dr. Jennifer Arnold and her husband, Bill Klein, as they navigate life’s unique challenges. What makes this couple stand out from a sea of all-too-similar reality stars is that they were both born with dwarfism.
Jen and Bill are easing into their new normal on TLC’s The Little Couple.
Facing Prostate Cancer Treatment?
Here are some things to keep in mind as you consider your options.
For most men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer, the cancer is found while it is still at an early stage. These men often have several treatment options to consider.
Steps toward Rebuilding a Positive Sense of Self after Cancer
In an ideal world, after your last cancer treatment your doctor would offer an infusion of self-esteem, a magic potion to plug the holes in your self-image left behind from your journey through Cancerville and replenish your reserves of self-confidence. Unfortunately, it isn’t that easy. If cancer has left your self-esteem in shambles, the task of reclaiming a healthy sense of self will be a unique challenge – but it’s definitely a doable one.
Your Guide to Lung Cancer Treatment
There are four basic ways to treat lung cancer: surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy. Your treatment will depend on several factors, including the type and stage of your cancer, possible side effects, and your preferences and overall health. In addition to these standard therapy options, you may also consider taking part in a clinical trial.
Sex & Men with Cancer
Sexual dysfunction is common in male cancer survivors. The range of sexual issues cancer and its treatment can cause includes erectile dysfunction, decreased libido (sexual desire), and changes in the way a man experiences ejaculation and orgasms. It’s important to discuss with your doctor the potential side effects associated with your treatment so you’ll be better prepared to manage any sexual issues that arise.
What It Is and What You Can Do about It
Over the past several years, the medical community has become increasingly aware of a phenomenon that cancer survivors have long experienced – chemo brain. Yes, recent research shows that cancer-related “brain fog” is real, and it can have a significant impact on quality of life.
Against All Odds
How a Brief Encounter in a Baby Store Changed My Perspective
by Stacey Polak
In 1998, I received chemotherapy while I was pregnant. Diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the end of my first trimester, the prognosis wasn’t great, and the unknowns were terrifying. I was sick from both the pregnancy and the chemo. Weak and exhausted, I rarely left the house. The odds weren’t in my favor, yet by my third cycle of chemo, my tumor was shrinking.