Mammogram callbacks: Should you be worried?
Podcast: Sanford Health radiologist Chris Johansen, MD, eases anxiety about breast cancer imaging
Colon cancer awareness and the importance of screenings
Podcast: Colorectal screenings are important measures against colon cancer that start at age 45
Importance of getting the HPV vaccine
Podcast: The HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer and other cancers later on in life. Dr. Brooke Jensen, discusses the importance of this vaccine
Blood and bone marrow transplant care at Sanford
Podcast: Providing a second chance by using the patient's own stem cells for treatment
Sanford Health, NCI connect to study, prevent cancer
Podcast: The 'Connect' study will follow participants for 10+ years
Preparing for your first mammogram
Podcast: When scheduling your first mammogram, you may have questions. Dr. Christina Tello-Skjerseth shares what to expect
Food and nutrition tips after cancer diagnosis
Podcast: Keep a balanced approach to help your body work through cancer, chemotherapy
Committing to a cure for cancer
Podcast: Through CAR T-cells, Dr. Carl June has found a way to fight leukemia
Supporting the caregiver beyond cancer diagnosis
Podcast: Reminding all caregivers they are not alone
Supporting children during adult cancer diagnosis
Podcast: Through CLIMB program, children are given early tools and emotional support to cope
Breast reconstruction, choice and you
You have the choice to have reconstruction. Or not to. Also, you may have different types of reconstruction to choose from.
Learn how little things in life can help with struggles
Sometimes, in the ordinary struggle of daily life, we can feel forsaken. So much of life is just plain hard work. And what makes it tough is not always the big problems. More often than not, it’s the small frustrations that add up over time. For example, when we are overly annoyed by a spouse […]
Cognitive effects of cancer better understood
Studies show that cancer treatments can affect memory and learning.
Tumor markers: What role they play in breast cancer care
Once you’ve been through a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery, there’s one question that will always be on your mind: Will my cancer return? You may have heard about, or been asked by family or friends if breast cancer recurrence can be monitored by a blood test. This is a test for tumor markers, […]
Cancer diet: Don’t just survive cancer; thrive at the table
Cancer may change the way you can taste and eat food, but you can still enjoy eating.
Oral, head and neck cancer signs and risks
These cancers can affect your sinuses, lips, mouth, throat, voice and more
The impact of parental cancer on children
A cancer diagnosis is devastating at any stage of life, but for those with young children at home, it can take an especially hard toll on the family. The diagnosed parent can struggle with being a patient while still trying to maintain the duties and responsibilities of a parent. Developmental perspective Children will react differently […]
Why accreditation matters when receiving cancer care
Learn why accreditation matters.
Take the quiz: How much do you know about ovarian cancer?
Ovarian cancer is one of the five leading causes of cancer related death in American women and September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, marked by the color teal. How much do you know about the cancer? Take this quiz to find out and scroll down to see the answers and read more about each […]
Following doctor’s orders: My first mammogram at 40
Know what to expect during your first mammogram appointment
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