Laparoscopic Fecal Diversion
Laparoscopic fecal diversion is a type of surgery for some bowel problems. Fecal diversion inculdes ileostomy and colostomy. Learn more.
Eating to Prevent Colorectal Cancer
Nutritional information that may help reduce the risk of colorectal cancer.
Colostomy irrigation is a way to regulate bowel movements by emptying the colon at a scheduled time. Read about it here.
Making the Most of Your Doctor's Appointment
While a visit to the clinic can be intimidating for anyone, you can lessen the stress and worry associated with doctor¿s appointments by taking steps to be sure that you¿re provided with all the information you need at the appointment.
Lymphedema After Breast Cancer Surgery
Lymphedema is one of the most common side effects of breast cancer treatments. WebMD explains symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for this disease.
Male Breast Cancer Treatment Options
Male breast cancer is not unlike breast cancer in women. WebMD explains treatment options.
Caring for a Continent Ileostomy or K-Pouch
WebMD explains how to care for your ileostomy, or K-pouch.
Laparascopic Total Abdominal Colectomy
Laparascopic total abdominal colectomy is a surgery that removes the large intestine to treat inflammatory conditions of the intestine, such as ulcerative colitis and familiar polyposis. Learn more from WebMD about the procedure.
Caring for Someone With GIST
Caring for someone with GIST can be challenging. What you can do to help your loved one.
Cancer Questions: Questions to Ask About Your Cancer Treatment
The more you know about your treatment, the more confident you’ll feel. So when you meet with specialists, go in with specific cancer questions.