Cancer and its treatment can sap a patient's physical vigor and vitality - and with those, their sense of self and personal identity.
A diverse oncology workforce that reflects the diversity of the U.S. population will improve attitudes toward the various ethnic and cultural groups, increase intercultural responsiveness, and contribute to better cancer care.
The obstacles I faced in becoming a parent are not the ones faced by young breast cancer survivors and co-survivors, but I certainly understand the feeling of wanting children but fearing it wouldn’t happen.
During Women's History Month, Dr. Tina Rizack connects her aunt's perseverance in the 1940s to the broader history of women in medicine.
The concept of overdiagnosis must be communicated accurately and in a culturally sensitive way, writes Dr. Aju Mathew.