Your experience may be different than an older person's and it's OK to tell your care team what you need.
Tips and information from experts in Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre.
Blood can appear black or red in your stool. Look before you flush.
A stoma is a short length of intestine that is brought to the skin’s surface after colon or rectal cancer surgery.
TMIST trial to compare two types of digital mammography in breast cancer screening
Part of the money raised from the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research is helping educate specialists for the future. Meet Dr. Sarah Ironside...
The MR-Linac allows doctors and radiation therapists to see immediately if a tumour is responding to radiation.
Three innovative radiation technologies mean faster and more effective treatments for multiple types of cancer.
Sunnybrook’s novel surgical procedure for treating rectal cancer is being adopted by a network of specialists
May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month
Removing the colorectal cancer by surgery is currently the only possibility of cure of this disease, Dr. Shady Ashamalla says.