How cancer affects your sleep, what you can do about it, and when to call your doctor.
One out of every two men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
For many cancer survivors – both men and women alike – starting, expanding, or completing one’s family after cancer is a significant desire.
There are several things you can do to manage cancer-related fatigue.
Each passing year seems to bring new, better, more effective treatments for cancer. And, each year, more people join the growing numbers of cancer survivors.
Being diagnosed with cancer can be overwhelming and scary. You probably feel as if many things are out of your control.
Cancer related fatigue is a common problem for people living with cancer.
A few things to consider as you navigate the transition from active treatment to long-term survivorship.
One of the most significant side effects facing male cancer survivors is damage to the reproductive system, which may lead to a reduced ability or inability to have children.
Dry, itchy skin. Yellow, cracked nails. Cancer treatment can do a number on your skin and nails.
Fatigue is one of the most prevalent and troubling side effects cancer survivors face, both during treatment and after treatment ends.
You're not alone. Mood and anxiety disorders are common among cancer survivors.
Try these simple tricks for getting the nutrition you need during cancer treatment.
Cachexia refers to a specific condition characterized by weight loss, poor appetite, fatigue, and muscle wasting.
Sleep is a basic physiologic need, as important as food and air to our health and wellbeing.