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19TH Annual Sprint For Life® 5K

Support Ovarian Cancer Research at MD Anderson through the 19th Annual Sprint For Life® 5K. The event will take place on May 7, 2016 at 1155 Pressler, Houston, Texas 77030! 110 more words

Features

Colon Screenings

Noah and Seth have a genetic disorder called Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP). It is also known as Garner Syndrome, and is characterized by polyps in the colon and sometimes the rectum. 222 more words

Family

New Risk Stratification for Breast Cancer

New Risk Stratification for Breast Cancer

Larry H. Bernstein, MD, FCAP, Curator

LPBI

MD Anderson Researchers Develop New Breast Cancer Staging System

https://www.genomeweb.com/cancer/md-anderson-researchers-develop-new-breast-cancer-staging-system

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have developed a new breast cancer staging system that incorporates tumor biology as a critical prognostic indicator for women who undergo neoadjuvant therapy. 1,787 more words

Cancer

On the Horn

In those final days, as Emily’s health deteriorated, she began to lose the ability to speak. She was sharp as ever, but the actual physical act of speaking had become difficult, so her words were reserved. 389 more words

A cancer journey ... first infusion!

Yesterday was a huge day for Rick at MD Anderson. We had our bag packed with prayer quilt from Martha’s Quilters, assorted snacks and our smiles! 231 more words

A Cancer Story

Our Last Dance

Over the last month I have spent most of my time focused on celebrating Emily’s remarkable life. Certainly, her battle against cancer was part of that, but I have purposely set my mind on all of the other things that were incredible about Emily before this terrible disease became a part of our life. 1,595 more words

My Story on Cancerwise (MDA blog)

In addition to still being alive on the planet six years after my cancer diagnosis, one of my other day-to-day blessings is getting to connect with other appendix cancer survivors. 112 more words

Cancer