Falls are a risk for everyone during slushy winter months, but the risk is especially high for people with cancer. Memorial Sloan Kettering physical therapist Jillian Hobson walks readers through what they can do to minimize the chance of falling.
Going back to school after finishing cancer treatment can be exciting yet anxiety-inducing for a child — and a parent. Memorial Sloan Kettering neuropsychologist and child psychologist Stephen Sands has tips to help make the transition smoother.
A recent study found that only a quarter of women with breast cancer and a third of women with ovarian cancer had undergone genetic testing. Memorial Sloan Kettering experts say these numbers are surprisingly low.