Adopting the ACS New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Could Prove Dangerous and even Lethal for Many Women.
As a practicing radiation oncologist and breast cancer survivor, I was shocked at the changes the American Cancer Society made to its breast cancer screening guidelines for women. In case you haven’t seen them yet, here are the new guidelines. The...Read more →
The flu or seasonal influenza is caused by influenza viruses, which infect the respiratory tract (i.e., the nose, throat, lungs). The flu is much more serious than the common cold. The flu season typically runs from October to May. Common flu symp...Read more →
Absolutlely not! Finishing your cancer treatment is a cause for celebration. But you won’t be celebrating getting rid of your cancer doctors. Don’t worry, you won’t have to see the doctor as often as you did while you were getting treatment. But you ...Read more →
When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was truly devastated and taken aback. The thought of having a treatment course that lasted almost a year was hard to imagine. Now that my treatment is almost over, I’m really starting to enjoy the journey. This week will...Read more →
I was diagnosed with breast cancer back in December 2014 and now, nine months later, I am STILL undergoing treatment for that same cancer. I never would’ve thought that my cancer treatment would take up an entire year of my life, but it appears tha...Read more →