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  • Brain Tumors: Chemotherapy

    Chemotherapy uses anticancer drugs to kill cancer cells. The drugs attack and kill cells that divide rapidly. Some of these rapidly dividing cells are cancer, but others are normal cells in the body.

  • Breast Cancer: Early Detection

    You have a better chance of surviving breast cancer if your doctor finds and treats it early, while it’s small and hasn’t spread. The best way to detect breast cancer early is to be screened regularly. Here's what you need to know.

  • Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Chemotherapy
  • Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML): Chemotherapy
  • Adrenal Cancer: Chemotherapy

    Chemotherapy may be used to treat adrenal cancer that has spread too much and can’t be removed with surgery.

  • Adrenal Cancer: Symptoms

    Adrenal cancer symptoms can include muscle cramps, belly or back pain, and headaches. Read on for a full list of symptoms.

  • Adult Circumcision

    Circumcision is a procedure to remove the foreskin, the loose fold of skin that covers the head of the penis. Read on to learn more about adult circumcision and how it’s done.

  • Adult Self-Care for Colds

    Colds are caused by viruses. They can’t be cured with antibiotics. However, you can ease symptoms and support your body’s efforts to heal itself. No matter which symptoms you have, be sure to drink plenty of fluids, stop smoking and drinking alcohol, and get plenty of rest.

  • After a Cesarean

    It can take time to recover fully after a cesarean. It’s important to take care of yourself—both for your own sake and because your new baby needs you.

  • After a Concussion

    Know what to expect after a concussion.

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