Answers to your most pressing questions about cancer-related fertility.
A closer look at the effects of cancer and cancer treatment on cognitive function.
Sex is a normal human behavior, but it can be intimidating to discuss.
How to get into an exercise routine and stick with It.
Your sex life can be affected when any change happens in your life, and cancer is certainly no exception.
Controlling pain is an important part of your cancer treatment plan.
Speech and swallowing dysfunction are frequent after-effects of head and neck cancer and its treatment.
Has this ever happened to you? You get into bed and then all the worries of the day come rushing in, leaving you tossing and turning and unable to fall asleep?
If you’re a lung cancer survivor who’s lost weight and/or muscle, you may have been told that you are at risk for or have developed cachexia.
New love brings new possibilities. It brings the excitement of getting to know someone intimately, both as a person and as a sexual being.
If mouth and throat side effects make it difficult to eat, try softer foods.
Nausea and vomiting must be controlled so that you can continue treatment and have a better quality of life.
Some cancer treatments cause peripheral neuropathy, a result of damage to the peripheral nerves.
Cancer treatment may change the way you experience your sexuality. It may change the way you sexually respond.
How cancer affects your sleep, what you can do about it, and when to call your doctor.