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 a local oncologist told Jason McFarland there was a 30% he
wouldn’t survive his lung cancer surgery, he came to MD Anderson, where
he wasn’t a statistic.
The Rev. Lawrence Meadows was only 39 when he was diagnosed with stage
IV colorectal cancer and told to get his affairs in order.
Ricky Harveston is facing his third esophageal cancer diagnosis in four
years, but despite enduring surgery and multiple rounds of chemotherapy
and radiation, he’s found happiness through his esophageal cancer treatment.
When Rebecca Stedman received her breast cancer diagnosis, she believed
it was meant to serve a purpose. Now, she understands how cancer can
bring about good in the face of darkness.