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How Can I Improve My Sleep When I Have Lung Cancer?

Cancer can be tough on the body, but more people are not only beating this disease but they are also maintaining a high quality of life. If you or a loved one are fighting lung cancer or are a recent more »

What Activities Can I Do During Cancer Treatment?

According to the National Cancer Institute, as of January 2022, there are 18.1 million cancer survivors in the United States, and as any cancer survivor will tell you, cancer treatment can be draining. Fortunately, there are a few activities you more »

6 Tips for Coping With Hair Loss During Chemotherapy

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you’re not alone. Approximately 39.5% of people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime, according to the American Cancer Society. A diagnosis can be scary and overwhelming, and the treatment more »

Common Ways to Manage Nausea During Cancer Treatment

Cancer and the treatments implemented by a cancer specialist to control and hopefully force it into remission can be hard on your body. Nausea is a common side effect of many treatments and can lower your quality of life. If more »

4 Foods to Avoid When You Have Abdominal Cancer

Abdominal cancer is a serious condition. Fortunately, many people will beat it. It’s important, however, to avoid various foods as they can cause pain, discomfort, and other issues. The right diet as prescribed by local cancer centers can not only more »

Hope on the Horizon: Advances in Bladder Cancer Research

Cancer remains a devastating diagnosis. However, it’s not the medical sentence that it used to be. According to the National Cancer Institute, in 2022, up to 47% of people diagnosed with cancer have lived at least 10 years after being more »

Prostate Cancer Uncovered: Risk Factors, Symptoms, and Prevention

Prostate cancer is common. Roughly 12.5%, or one out of every eight, of men will get a diagnosis during their lifetime, according to Cancer.org. While it’s not news that they want to hear, if it’s caught early, it can be more »

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 »

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