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Cancer survivors may be at risk for heart conditions after treatment. An growing field called cardio oncology helps protect the heart.
Grilling red meat may create cancer causing agents. Have a healthier cookout with these tips from a ProMedica dietitian.
Stephanie was a nurse and mother to young twins when she was diagnosed with colon cancer. Now, she's an advocate for colonoscopy screening.
Certain cancers can develop in or around the eye. Here's how to reduce your risk.
This former ProMedica Toledo Children's Hospital patient is lifting her voice to raise cancer awareness and offer hope to those experiencing cancer.
Screening for breast cancer can seem complicated, especially if something suspicious is found. ProMedica's breast cancer navigator explains the process.
Can you inherit risk from your father? Is genetic testing helpful after you've had cancer? Our genetics counselor addresses common misconceptions.
Dr. Krupp and Jill Johnson explain how life changes once you become a survivor and how survivorship programs may help.
Art Maust went years before asking his doctor about a lump in his chest, until a ribbon caught his eye. Now, he's a champion for breast cancer awareness.
An item smaller than a grain of rice is leading to more comfortable and more accurate surgeries for women with breast cancer.
As a breast cancer survivor and mother, blogger Mary Helen Darah can't help but worry about the risks her daughters face.
The field of genetic counseling is fairly new and rapidly changing. Here are some questions to better understand your genetic counselor's qualifications.