Comcast-Spectacor spokesman Ike Richman released a statement Thursday, saying the 81-year-old Snider, “is doing well and continues to be working. He is happy and healthy.”
Cancer can be devastating but many of the lifesaving treatments can seem as difficult to tolerate as the cancer. Music therapy might help.
A Swedish study looking at teenagers diagnosed with cancer finds the teens are at an increased risk of suicide compared to their peers.
A patient navigator helps those diagnosed with cancer or other illnesses, navigate the health care system and understand their options.
The research team found that despite clear evidence that one radiation treatment is as effective as multiple doses, most doctors use multiple doses.
According to CBS News, researchers from the University of Rochester say that they may be able to learn ways to prevent tumors by studying naked mole rats, rather than studying animals that are prone to cancer.
Ovarian cancer is a very frustrating cancer to treat because there are symptoms of this cancer but they are not easy to pinpoint – they are vague symptoms.
If you’re a friend of someone diagnosed with cancer, what is your role and how can you help? A new book has some answers.
One of the world’s leading DNA and genetic mapping experts will be in Philadelphia Monday for the Association of Independent Research Institutes national conference.
Nearly 14 million Americans are cancer survivors, and that number is expected to skyrocket over the next decade. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on why and the challenges it brings.
Nanotechnology is the management of structures at the molecular level. The best use is in cancer research and treatment.
If one of your Thanksgiving Day guests is undergoing chemotherapy, you may be wondering what to serve for dinner.
Cancer can be a devastating disease but the more we learn about it the more we recognize the role of support.
Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University’s Kimmel Cancer Center are working on a new way to deliver radiation to save healthy tissue around a tumor.