Medical professionals are ramping up programs to help cancer survivors deal with the emotional, physical, and financial aftermath.
There are now more than 15 million cancer survivors in the United States.
The number of cancer survivors is growing.
And they’re living longer.
While advances in diagnosis and treatment...
MONDAY, Oct. 15, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Despite a flood of news reports on the opioid crisis, many people still want the potentially addictive painkillers after surgery, a new survey suggests.
The survey, of more than 500 patients scheduled for surgery, found that more than three-quarters expected to get opioids...
THURSDAY, March 23, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Surviving a cancer when young may leave some women with another health issue: An increased risk for certain pregnancy complications.
That's the conclusion of a new study of more than 15,000 births to teen and young adult women, aged 15 to 39, living in North Carolina.
Your cancer treatment is over, but the treatments that may have saved your life may also continue to cause side effects.
As more people are living longer after cancer treatment, more is becoming known about late side effects of cancer treatment.
Find out all you can about late effects of cancer treatment, and use...
Getting through cancer treatment successfully is something to celebrate. To stay in good health, doctors say you need to watch for other symptoms, including vision changes, headaches and problems with balance.
Many cancer survivors don’t realize that 25 percent of people who survive some common cancers go on to...
Jess Ekstrom was just 20 years old and a junior at North Carolina State University when she found her calling. She was an intern with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a wish-granting organization for kids with life-threatening illnesses, and was spending lots of time with children with cancer who’d lost their hair during...