Bob Riter

Nontraditional Cancer Therapies

Posted December 4th, 2013

People often fall into two camps regarding the usefulness of nontraditional cancer therapies. Some people are irrationally exuberant in their support of these therapies.


Bob Riter

Postcancer Relationships

Posted October 22nd, 2013

It can be a challenge to begin a new relationship after having had cancer. We usually think about this from the perspective of the person with cancer. What about postcancer relationships?


Bob Riter

The Art and Science of Oncology

Posted October 1st, 2013

Science is the starting point of cancer care, but there is an art to applying that science to each patient. Oncology Patients don’t always fit into neat little boxes with obvious choices for the best treatment.


Bob Riter

Wearing My Cancer Sucks Button

Posted September 17th, 2013

I often wear a button that says cancer sucks. In addition to pretty well summing up the cancer experience, it’s a great conversation starter.