"Cancer is a journey — many use that expression. Well, I do not like this 'journey,' but I adore my tour guide, Ann Puglisi, RN, OCN, an oncology nurse at Kellogg Cancer Center in Evanston, Illinois,” wrote Lori Jaffee.
Cancer survivor Joanne Edwards talks with CURE® about the profound gratitude she felt when she received a ‘Caring and Sharing’ basket from a charity organization, and shares how their generosity made her want to pay it forward to other survivors.
In recent years, the number of available gynecologic cancer clinical trials has gone down. The Foundation for Women's Cancer educates women about the trials that are available, and encourages them speak up publicly about the need for more.
Women with presumed uterine growths known as fibroids who underwent laparoscopic power morcellation (LPM) have higher rates of uterine cancer recurrence and worse outcomes compared to those who got manual or no morcellation, according to a recent release published by the Food and Drug Administration.