News and articles
There are many publications and sites that write about cancer. We want you to know we don’t produce the news items you can read in this section, they belong to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. This section only intents to inform you about what is out there.
However, we are working on the first edition of the Pink Ribbon Magazine as well as in the production of featured articles that will be published here.
When multiple myeloma survivor Gary Rudman was in isolation after his
stem cell transplant, he used a number of strategies to keep loneliness
and boredom at bay.
Ethan Tepera was only 13 years old when he was diagnosed with chronic
myeloid leukemia. But after treatment at MD Anderson Children’s Cancer
Center, he’s in remission, back in school and giving back, to help other
childhood cancer patients.
Triple-negative inflammatory breast cancer survivor Terry Arnold waited
10 years after her double mastectomy to have reconstructive breast
surgery. Her DIEP procedure was combined with a lymphedema bypass,
bringing relief from a long-time side
Rijon Charne was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma just days after
graduating from law school. She froze her eggs before starting treatment
and now takes comfort in knowing she has a backup plan to start a family.