At first glance, many people who have never had cancer would think this sounded ridiculous. What meaning could there possibly be in a disease that takes so much?
Although I firmly believe that everyone should be in control of their own treatment decisions, I have observed that some people seem to seek too little treatment when they are first diagnosed and other people seek too much treatment at the end of their lives.
Dr. Miller discusses the need to change the perception that having tan skin makes you look healthy and the need for public health to address skin cancer.
Radiation Oncologist and cancer survivor, Keith Cengel, MD, discusses why cancer instills such fear and how he encourages survivors to cope with the fear of recurrence.
I know the good the foundation does because I had a job that it funded for two years, in 2008 and 2009.