If breast cancer had personal pronouns, they wouldn't be she/her, he/him, or even they/them. Breast cancer has no gender, and that means people of all genders need to learn to assess and manage their personal risk.
Breast cancer strikes an estimated 280,000 women each year—and some of these individuals will receive the diagnosis more than once. The key to effectively battling the disease: early diagnosis. Mammograms, ultrasounds and MRIs can help.
When compared by cure rate, radiation therapy and surgery are equally effective treatments for prostate cancer. Radiation Oncologist Benjamin King encourages patients to hear from all the experts before making decisions about treatment.
With few symptoms and no way to screen, ovarian cancer is sometimes called the forgotten cancer or the whispering cancer. Dr. Kenneth Kim, director of Gynecologic Oncology at Cedars-Sinai. discusses what you need to know about the disease.
There is virtually no brain cancer that Jeremy Rudnick, MD, refuses to take on. From breakthrough clinical trials of brain tumor vaccines to molecular targeted therapy, Rudnick’s patients benefit from the latest cutting-edge innovation.
Cedars-Sinai dermatologist Jasmine Onyeka Obioha, MD, outlines what patients of color need to know about their skin—and the importance of finding a provider experienced in treating a diverse group of people.
The concept of radiation in medicine is a mystery. Doctors use radiation for diagnostic and treatment purposes in healthcare, but how does it do more good than harm? We asked a Cedars-Sinai specialist to explain. Read more.
Michelle Mindlin is highly experienced with cancer treatments. Over the course of a decade, the 66-year-old has survived—and thrived—thanks to cutting-edge care, a positive outlook and a commitment to staying on top of emerging trends in...
Last year in the midst of the pandemic, 19-year-old Thevi Jean-Louis was diagnosed with cancer. The seemingly healthy teenager was getting ready to start his sophomore year at Bard College when he received the surprising diagnosis—acute ...