Q&A: Prostate cancer
Prostate cancer usually grows slowly—and most men with the disease won’t die from it. Even so, before the year ends, it’s expected to claim roughly 28,000 lives nationwide.
Targeting tumors without surgery
Surgery is often a crucial part of treating cancer. But what if it isn’t an option for you?
Complete care for lung cancer
5 things to know about the lung cancer program at Nazareth Hospital.
Lung cancer screening: A potentially lifesaving test
Are you a current or former longtime smoker? If so, ask your doctor if you should be screened for lung cancer.
3-D mammography: A better view for finding breast cancer
Mammograms save lives by finding cancerous breast tumors when they’re still too tiny for a woman or her doctor to feel. And they can give women a head start on treatment.
A test in time helps save a life
As far as Judith Hoffman is concerned, Steven Lichtenstein, DO, a gastroenterologist at Mercy Fitzgerald, saved her life.
Giving expert care to women facing breast diseases
Highly specialized breast care when you need it the most. That’s just what you’ll find at here if you have a breast condition, such as cysts, pain or even cancer.
Live better after cancer
Cancer treatments can give you back your life. But they can also take a toll on your body.
Lymphedema: How to cope with swelling
Breast cancer treatment can be a lifesaver for women. But like all treatments, it sometimes causes side effects. One of them is a condition known as lymphedema.
Mercy experts team up for breast care
The breast care team at Mercy Philadelphia gets why you might feel alarmed at the idea that something is wrong.