Nausea and vomiting are serious side effects of cancer therapy that can be very distressing.
Different types of treatment are available for people with bladder cancer.
Every year, for the past two decades, the National Cancer Institute has had the honor of writing an article for Coping’s July/August issue.
You’ve just learned that you or a loved one has bladder cancer. At first, it’s natural for you to be upset, depressed, panicked, and overwhelmed.
The truth is that chemo brain may not be the best term to describe cancer-related cognitive effects.
If you are receiving chemo, you may be at risk for getting an infection.
Lymphedema is the build-up of fluid in soft body tissues.
Annual Progress Report from the National Cancer Institute.
A low white blood cell count is a common side effect of some cancers and cancer treatment.
What is cancer brain fog, what causes it, and what should you do about it?