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.
After April Schweigert learned she’d inherited the BRCA1 mutation from
her mother, she decided to reduce her risk for breast cancer and ovarian
cancer by undergoing preventive surgery. She also joined a clinical
trial at MD Anderson that seeks
Dr. Alyssa Rieber’s original plan was to be a small-town physician. That
plan changed after she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma just three
months into medical school.
Tricia Jordan was nine weeks pregnant when she was diagnosed with
cervical cancer after a routine Pap test. Thanks to MD Anderson and a
surgical procedure called a trachelectomy, her son is alive and well —
and so is she.
While cancer itself can result in remodeling or weakening of the bone and lead to fractures, some cancer treatments can also adversely affect bone health. In this episode of Cancer Newsline, we discuss ways cancer and cancer treatment can affect