Last night's "In Our Genes: An Evening of Storytelling" was an event that not only raised money for research in BRCA-related cancers, but also aimed to raise the spirits of individuals who have been affected by the gene mutation.
When Gilbert Eugene Crawford, Sr. was diagnosed with prostate cancer, his daughter and primary caregiver Valerie Crawford-Schiele was shocked to discover just how few resources existed for patients with prostate cancer and their caregivers.
A large body of work has shown a clear benefit of exercise in reducing the risk of cancer and improving quality of life. But does perception of the exercise experience as enjoyable, or at least palatable, affect adherence or outcomes?
During the 14th “Focus on Melanoma” patient and educational conference held in Philadelphia, Troy Aikman joined Lynn Schuchter for a “fireside chat” about his life, football and his journey with stage 2 melanoma.