4 Ways to Help Cope with Cancer Related Fatigue

If you have cancer, you do not need an introduction to cancer-related fatigue. You probably have already been introduced. Cancer treatments, medications, and stress can make your body and mind feel tired. In a perfect world, you would be able more »

Cancer Fatigue: Why it Occurs and How to Cope

Cancer is a prevalent condition that many people will face in their lifetime, and it’s increasing in the elderly population. According to the National Cancer Institute, around 74% of cancer survivors nationwide will be 65 and older in 2040. Many more »

Empowering Patients: Personalized Cancer Care at Palo Verde Cancer Specialists

Welcome to Palo Verde Cancer Specialists, where our focus is on you and providing the most advanced and compassionate cancer care available. As a leading local cancer treatment center, we understand that each patient’s journey is unique, and we are more »

How to Prioritize Your Mental Health While on Chemotherapy

Undergoing chemotherapy can be a challenging and emotionally taxing experience for cancer patients. At Palo Verde Cancer Specialists, one of the leading local cancer specialists, we understand the importance of addressing not just the physical aspects of cancer treatment but more »

5 Things to Bring to Your Appointment With Your Cancer Specialist

Getting ready for bladder cancer specialist treatment appointments might feel daunting, but when you start to know what to expect, and how to properly prepare, you will begin to feel a little more in control. In this quick guide, we more »

What Is Immunotherapy and How Does it Work?

According to the National Cancer Institute, in 2022, up to 69% of people diagnosed with cancer have lived five or more years since their diagnosis. That number is expected to grow by 30% in 10 years. Immunotherapy has revolutionized cancer more »

How Can I Prepare for Hematology Treatment?

Blood disorders can turn into life-threatening conditions if they aren’t treated quickly. According to the National Cancer Institute, around 74% of cancer survivors in the U.S. will be 65 and older by 2040. You should consult with a hematologist if more »

What to Expect During a PET Scan

If your doctor or a local cancer center has recommended a PET scan, it’s natural to feel a bit anxious or unsure about what to expect. Here’s a breakdown of what a PET scan is, how it works, and what more »

3 Steps to Take After Being Newly Diagnosed with Cancer

Hearing that you have cancer can be very scary and emotional. As such, you may have a lot going on in your mind after you have been newly diagnosed with cancer. Fortunately, there are many local cancer treatment centers that more »

What Are the Different Types of Immunotherapy?

Were you recently diagnosed with cancer? If so, this is likely a difficult time. The good news is that cancer treatments are evolving and becoming more effective daily. According to the National Cancer Institute, the number of cancer survivors in more »

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