Common Cancers That Metastasize to the Bones
Learn more from WebMD about cancers that are most likely to metastasize to the bones, what happens when they do, and treatments for bone metastases.
Protecting Your Body When You Have Bone Metastasis
If you have bone metases (or "bone mets"), learn more from WebMD about treatment and lifestyle changes that can help reduce the risk of fractures and improve your quality of life.
How Doctors Diagnose Metastatic Melanoma
Your doctor will do tests to find out if your melanoma has metastasized, or spread. Find out about the tests that show if it is metastatic melanoma.
Metastatic Melanoma: 9 Self-Care Tips
When you go through treatment for metastatic melanoma skin cancer, you’ll want to take care of yourself so you can feel as well as possible. Start with these 9 ideas, from sleep and diet to managing your energy.
What to Expect From Metastatic Melanoma Treatment
If you have metastatic melanoma, you’ll want to know how your doctor will decide what type of treatment you need. Get to know the options, including surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, and “targeted” medicines.
Should I Consider a Clinical Trial for Metastatic Melanoma?
If you have metastatic melanoma, you may want to talk with your doctor about whether you would be a good candidate for a clinical trial that tests new treatments. But first, you’ll want to know what’s involved, the pros and cons, and how to find a study that’s right for you.
What Is Metastatic Melanoma?
Get the facts on metastatic melanoma, a type of advanced skin cancer that has spread to other parts of the body.
Lymphedema After Breast Cancer Surgery
Lymphedema is one of the most common side effects of breast cancer treatments. Learn the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for this disease.
Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer
Learn about hormone therapy for breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer
Here's a look at a treatment for breast cancer known as targeted therapy. It uses the body's own immune system to act on cancer cells, while leaving healthy cells unaffected.