Genetic counselor Breanna Mitchell answers some of the most commonly asked questions about cancer and genetic testing.
Psychologist and psycho-oncology expert Shawna Ehlers, Ph.D., explains what you should know about coping with a cancer diagnosis.
Osseointegration, the direct connection between a surgical implant and bone, helps patients with shorter amputated limbs improve mobility.
Mayo Clinic researchers may have discovered a genomic signature to predict which people with mesothelioma could benefit from immunotherapy.
Learn how cancer diagnosis and treatment can affect sexual health and how you can achieve a healthy sex life after cancer treatment.
Adding mRNA therapy improves the response to cancer immunotherapy in people who weren't responding to the treatment, Mayo Clinic research shows.
Hematologist-oncologist Dr. Allison Rosenthal discusses plans to launch a formal program for adolescents and young adults with cancer at Mayo Clinic in 2022.
Mayo Clinic is sequencing the exomes of tens of thousands of people from diverse backgrounds to investigate large-scale patterns of distinctive mutations that fuel disease.
Roughly 7.5 per 100,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year. Read what gynecologic oncologist Dr. Kristina Butler has to say about cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
During Stomach Cancer Awareness Month, recognized in November, learn about this disease and the symptoms and risk factors that could help you stay alert.