Blog Posts: COVID-19

Colorectal cancer symptoms

Colorectal cancer symptoms may be minor or non-existent during the early stages of the disease, although there may be some early warning signs. ...

Things You Can Do to Help Prevent Cancer

Getting a diagnosis of cancer is traumatic. No getting around that. ...

The Side Effects of Cancer Treatment and How to Manage the Fear

Getting a diagnosis of cancer is traumatic. No getting around that. ...

Will the Cancer Come Back?

After cancer treatment, there are those lucky few who can put their cancer in a little mental box and tuck it away forever. ...

The Flu and Cancer: Common Symptoms.

In the midst of the pandemic, the seasonal flu has been keeping a low profile. ...

Taking The Flu and COVID-19 Vaccines Together

Questions and Answers about flu shots, additional COVID-19 shots, and COVID-19 booster shots ...

Guide to Childhood Cancer

There is nothing as upsetting for a parent to see their child ill, and there is nothing as pernicious as ...

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Every case of cancer is a tragic story of life thrown into turmoil, but childhood cancer is always especially heartbreaking. ...

Childhood Cancer

As with any cancer, catching cancer in children early can dramatically alter their chances of overcoming this terrible disease. With ...

Breaking the Stigma

Lung Cancer is the most common cancer suffered around the world. ...

August 1st World Lung Cancer Day

Raising awareness is a crucial aspect of fighting cancer, and is especially so for one of the most commonly occurring cancers globally, Lung Cancer. ...

HPV and Cancer

Pap and HPV tests are part of life for women over 30, with doctors recommending a test every five years, but many remain unclear what HPV is and why it is important to be treated if you have it. ...