Fulvestrant—another option for breast cancer treatment
Fulvestrant is an option for breast cancer therapy. Learn more.
High-dose chemotherapy for breast cancer: no better than traditional chemotherapy
A current focus in much oncology research is to identify cancer treatments which maximize effectiveness and minimize complications.
Learn about the effectiveness of high-dose chemotherapy.How do childhood cancers differ from adult cancers?
Read here to find out how childhood cancers differ from adult cancer, as well as information on some of the most common childhood cancers.Medication for women with advanced breast cancer
A drug called Herceptin attacks a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer in a novel way. What promise does Herceptin hold for one of the most deadly forms of breast cancer?Osteoporosis, breast cancer, and eating disorders: not just for women
Primarily associated with women, breast cancer also occurs in men, although rarely. Find out more about these conditions and the incidence in men.Occupation and cancer risk
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a person’s risk for developing cancer may be influenced by a combination of factors, including exposure to cancer-causing agents in the workplace.Sperm banking: fertility options for men undergoing cancer treatment
In sperm banking, your sperm are frozen and stored so that should you decide to become a father at some point in the future, you will have that opportunity, even if the cancer treatment has affected your fertility. Learn more about this option.