The decision to delay cancer treatment or not due to COVID-19 has become a challenge for many. Learn about the current recommendations by cancer type and treatment type.
Lung cancer in older adults is common. Learn how it's treated in mature patients, what therapies are tolerated, and what the prognosis looks like.
Stage 1 lung cancer is when tumors are still small and haven't spread. The prognosis is very good. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Stage 3A non-small cell lung cancer is considered a locally advanced cancer. Learn its symptoms, treatment options, and prognosis.
Stage 4 cancer is diagnosed when cancer spreads from the initial tumor to distant body parts. Learn how staging affects treatment and prognosis.
Squamous cell carcinoma of the lungs accounts for 30 percent of lung cancers. What are the symptoms, treatments, and prognosis for this kind of lung cancer?
The first question posed by many patients after lung cancer diagnosis is whether or not it can be cured. Learn what influences successful remission.
Esophageal cancer may be diagnosed with a combination of endoscopy, barium swallow, and endoscopic ultrasound, with tests such as PET done for staging.
The diagnosis of prostate cancer begins with screening tests (PSA, DRE), followed by a biopsy for diagnosis and grading, and imaging tests for staging.
Lung, prostate, and colorectal cancers lead the list of the top 10 fatal cancers in men. Learn why and what other cancers round out this list.