A sarcoma is a rare kind of cancer that grows in connective tissue -- cells that connect or support other kinds of tissue in your body. WebMD explains the symptoms, causes, and treatment.
Cancer: A Caregiver’s Daily Checklist
Being a caregiver for someone with cancer means knowing when to help. It also means letting them do things for themselves. Use this checklist to make daily care easier.
Pain Management: Cancer Pain
Cancer pain is manageable. WebMD explains its causes and symptoms and how it is treated.
Chemotherapy: How It Works and How You'll Feel
Chemotherapy uses drugs to destroy cancer cells. Unlike radiation or surgery, which target specific areas, chemotherapy can work throughout your body.
Cancer Treatment: What Are the Options?
Learning about the different treatment options can help ease your worries.
Stages of Prostate Cancer
WebMD explains prostate cancer stages I-IV.
Treatment for Prostate Cancer
There are many ways you and your doctor can treat your prostate cancer. Learn what they are and how to choose.
Types of Mastectomy to Treat Breast Cancer
The types of mastectomy -- partial, double, radical, and preventive -- and how the surgery is used to treat breast cancer.
What Is Adenocarcinoma?
Find out about the diagnosis and treatment of adenocarcinoma, a cancer that starts in the lining of glands in your body, including those in your colon, breasts, esophagus, lungs, pancreas, or prostate.
Colorectal Polyps and Cancer
WebMD provides an overview of colorectal polyps and cancer, the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S.