A nurse navigator can ease the anxiety of a cancer journey.

(Lancaster) -- When someone is diagnosed with cancer, the doctor often prescribes a treatment that includes chemotherapy, radiation or both. But, coping with the side effects can be physically and mentally draining.

Hooray for summer camp! And a double hooray if you're a kid with cancer!

A cancer diagnosis can undoubtedly be overwhelming.  You may be forced to think about things you never wanted to consider.  Will you be able to beat the disease?

As an American Cancer Society patient navigator, Demaris Perez meets with new patients, provides information and emotional support.

We received an email from Molly asking us to highlight the importance of donating blood for cancer patients.  Thanks, Molly, for this important message!

Oncologists discuss some important things to consider when choosing a hospital for your cancer treatment in this video.

A cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, and you may not know where to start. Here's a checklist.

Lynn Eib, a colon cancer survivor, shares what was hardest about her journey, but also shares how cancer has brought blessings to her life.

Oncologists share some things to think about when choosing the best doctor for you. 

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