Screening for breast cancer can seem complicated, especially if something suspicious is found. ProMedica's breast cancer navigator explains the process.
ProMedica's alliance with Cleveland Clinic gives patients access to collaborative specialists, expanded research and clinical trials--all close to home.
Outreach coordinator Robin Charney receives a much-needed letter from a fellow breast cancer patient with a shared experience.
Though smoking is the overwhelming cause of lung cancer, there are other risk factors to be aware of.
BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 aren't the only genes we can test for. Our genetic counselor describes additional genes associated with breast cancer.
Only women can get ovarian cancer, but men play a role in hereditary cancer syndrome, too. Genetic counselor Sarah Adelsperger explains how it works.
Friends for Life and community members gather to knit/crochet and share their experiences with cancer.
Two is better than one! How our alliance with Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center benefits local patients.
Thanks to the many patients she had treated throughout the years, Tina Golebiewski knew she had a fighting chance against cancer. Now, she's a proud survivor.
Though not a comprehensive list, our genetic counselor shares 4 hereditary colon cancer syndromes you might not know about.
Two breast cancer survivors and their doctor share their experiences of when the hockey rink was decorated in pink to raise breast cancer awareness.
Each year, the hockey rink goes pink and the community rallies behind an important cause: Cancer awareness. Learn about the history and impact of this event.