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.
Even though Laura Laster’s husband inherited familial adenomatous
polyposis (FAP) from his father, the couple decided that they wouldn’t
let this genetic condition linked to colorectal cancer stop them from
having a family. Now a mother, Laura
When Jan de Chambrier suffered a miscarriage and received uterine cancer
diagnosis at the same time, she decided not to see it as a tragedy.
Instead, Jan calls it a miracle that continued to prove wonders 26 years
later during her second uterine
Treatments from throat cancer and salivary gland cancer have made
speaking a challenge for survivor Laura Compston. Here are a few of her
“dos” and “don’ts” on how to be an ally to people with speech difficulties.
The anxiety, depression and insomnia Zachary Grubbs struggled with in
high school were actually brain cancer symptoms. After brain tumor
treatment, Zachary’s social life has improved, and he hopes to use his
story to inspire other young patients