Confused about PSA tests? A few years ago, men were told they didn’t need routine screenings because the risks outweighed the benefits. Now, there’s a new recommendation. Here are the facts.
Sometimes, it only takes seconds for life to change dramatically. That is all it took for the Cochrane family. A day that began like any other ended in a nightmare and has not been the same since.
John and Gloria Tewhey had been together close to 60 years when she was diagnosed with leukemia. The end of this month marks the first anniversary of her death. It’s been a difficult year for the whole family. John shares their story in part three of Living with Grief.
This is the story of how one woman turned the darkest time of her life — when she was being treated for a malignant brain tumor — into something positive. She was supported and inspired by someone special and now she is the one who is supporting and inspiring others.
There’s nothing quite as soothing as a bit of pampering. That’s what was happening at the Dempsey Challenge, compliments of Lipstick Angels & Jillian Dempsey.
A grant from the Alfond Foundation will help MaineHealth expand access to cancer care in Maine. In this podcast, cancer specialist Dr. Scot Remick explains how.
Poor nutrition can impact a cancer patient’s treatment and their body’s ability to heal. The Cancer Community Center helps people overcome obstacles to eating.
When my friend Jan found out she had fallopian tube cancer, she was shocked. It happens to many women with GYN cancer. They can be difficult to detect early on.
Cancer patients and advocates are working hard to add a personal perspective to the ACA debate. Maine cancer patient Stretch Tuemmler shares his story.
Why palliative care is so important, not only for a seriously ill patient but for the entire family. A conversation with palliative care specialist Dr. Diane Meier.