When we first enter the world as infants our parents hang on our every smile, giggle and wail as a clue to gauge how we feel.
Is it safe to say the age of immunotherapy in cancer treatment has arrived? If so, it's had a few sputtering starts and disappointments.
Results from one of the first studies looking at fitness has concluded that a high level of cardiovascular fitness in middle-age men reduces their risk of developing and dying from lung and colorectal cancer.
Soft tissue sarcoma has benefited from research in other cancers.
In the right cancer, radiation and chemotherapy can make a powerful duo.
Patients and families face difficult decisions when the prognosis is poor, but communication and an action plan may help.