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Cancer research provides the basis for when and how often to screen to save the most lives, while minimizing risks.
A bladder reconstruction known as neobladder allows a 44-year-old cancer patient to maintain both sexual function and quality of life.
Designed to safely relieve the negative side effects of treatments, complementary care can also reduce the chances of cancer recurrence.
When Peggy Weiler was diagnosed with cervical cancer, she was relieved to find excellent cancer care only minutes away from her Vermilion home.
After treatment for cervical cancer, Danielle Cooper developed serious complications. Learn how the specialists at UH Urology Institute were able to help.
The more information you have about your family history of cancer, the better your doctor can help you understand, manage and reduce your cancer risk.
Colon cancer is one of the few cancers that can actually be prevented through routine screenings. Yet many people still avoid getting tested. Why?
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in younger men. And chances are, your doctor isn’t screening for it during a routine physical exam.