Experiencing Chemotherapy for Colon and Rectal Cancer – My Cancer Advisor

Experiencing Chemotherapy for Colon and Rectal Cancer

Sep 7 2010
Should I Travel Far to Get the Best Chemo or Radiation?
Apr 16 2010
Implantable Venous Access Devices for Delivering Chemotherapy
Mar 18 2010
Twelve Key Questions When Planning for Rectal Cancer Treatment

Expert Analysis Highlights: The decision-making for cancers of the rectum can be more complex than any other cancer Decisions about the initial treatment are often very complicated and require the tre...

Feb 22 2010
Fertility Preservation: An Issue Less Than Half of Affected Cancer Patients Are Told About

Fertility is an important quality of life issue for cancer patients of child-bearing age. Some types of cancer treatments (especially certain forms of chemotherapy and with radiation to the pelvis) ca...

Feb 7 2010
Ginger Provides Significant Reduction of Chemotherapy-induced Nausea

The prestigious American Society of Clinical Oncology publishes each year a list of major cancer advances during the previous year. In their “Clinical Cancer Advances 2009”, they list this...

Feb 6 2010
Preparing for Hair Loss After Chemotherapy
Jul 24 2009
Capecitabine (Xeloda) for Early Stage Breast Cancer and Colorectal Cancer

Capecitabine (XELODA, Roche) is the first FDA-approved oral chemotherapy for the treatment of both metastatic breast and colorectal cancers. The drug is approved for use in colorectal cancer, both as ...

Jun 17 2009
Genetic Test for Avoiding Toxicity from a Colon Cancer Drug

Everyone responds to different medicines for cancer: how it is absorbed in the intestinal tract, how it is metabolizes (broken down or altered) in the liver and other organs, and how it is excreted fr...

May 15 2009
Sexual Issues After Cancer: Helpful Advice for Women