Cancer often spreads to the liver. Fortunately there are many treatment options available, including surgery, known as a “liver resection”. But some patients are incorrectly told they aren’t candidates for surgery. This video explains what your options are.
Cancer is described using a staging system. The stage of your cancer tells you how much the cancer has grown or spread.
What is “Magnetic Resonance Imaging? How does it work? What happens when you have an MRI scan? And why was the name changed from NMRI???
Skin trouble is one of the most common side effects of chemotherapy. What causes this? How can you manage or even prevent these side effects?
What happens during a CT scan? What do the results mean?
Chemotherapy simply means using chemicals to treat disease. In the context of cancer, it means using drugs that damage or kill cancer cells during the cell cycle. This short video explains how it works:
In this video you’ll learn about the 8 ways of treating cancer: 1. Surgery 2. Chemotherapy 3. Radiotherapy 4. Molecular-targeted therapy 5. Immunotherapy 6. Hyperthermia therapy 7. Hormone therapy 8. Metabolic therapy
There’s a lot of misinformation about the causes of cancer. This short video focuses on the facts:
Your oncologist is usually the main doctor you’ll see if you have cancer. Find out what they can and can’t do in this short video:
Cancer doctors are usually unwilling to give a clear prognosis. This short video explains why.