Testosterone, confidence, and sex after chemotherapy and cancer surgery: Dr. P explains the “bedroom issues.”
Everything is transient, even death. It never happens like this, yet it always does.
For this my husband carried dry ice and panty liners in his tool box.
There is no way to be truly prepared, but James Woodruff shares what he learned when his mother was diagnosed with cancer.
In April of 2011 while racing the Sea Otter Classic in California, I had an unexpected crash during the Dual Slalom finals that ended up changing my life.
With the trend of the lethal drinking game “Neknominations” becoming mainstream, Amy White wants to reach out to kids with her story … and doesn’t care how uncool you think it is.
He moved to another country for her, and now she is doing everything she can to save his life.
George Davis was only there to repair Marjorie’s refrigerator. But her eyes told him stories he would take home with him.
We can imagine that one of the worst things about going through chemotherapy for a child is the fear. And who fights fear better than a superhero?
In the wake of his son’s death, Richard Nares started an organization to help low-income families get their children to chemotherapy.
When his mother’s cancer returned, Joe Barton learned how oncologists might regard alternative therapy: as competition, rather than complement to their care.
Poet Fleda Brown’s moving tribute to the man who sees her as beautiful, chemo hat or not.
A gesture of love becomes an internet sensation.
After a stroke, Bryce Emley’s father suffers permanent physical and mental impairment, but the cruelest effect has been the damage to his manhood.
Until his first round chemotherapy is done, John Taylor feels like he’s staring down the barrel of a gun… There will be no celebration until the follow-up scans show success. Click or boom.
What gifts of care or truth are worthwhile to the dying, and to those left behind?