The respiratory flu can be very serious for people living with cancer.
Tips and information from experts in Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre.
Feeling down, worried, or upset is part of the normal human experience — especially when facing cancer. Feeling those feelings doesn't make cancer...
Our stomachs play a key role in nutrition and are therefore very important to our overall well-being.
Feeling the burden of staying positive at all times can weigh heavily on patients, psychiatrist says. It's OK to feel sad.
What's it like to live life without a stomach? This is Jim's story.
When his mother, Rosemary, was dying from cancer, he witnessed a different kind of suffering—intractable and without purpose. “It was cruel...
Occupational therapist takes on some FAQ about falls risk and prevention.
There’s a trial available for every point of the prostate cancer experience – from detection to diagnosis to treatment and beyond
The challenge of facing a Stage 4 diagnosis
Coming to terms with randomness is frightening, but it does liberate us from the tendency to blame ourselves for illnesses we didn’t cause.