EZ Cancer 411

Monthly Archives: July 2020

Sarcoma: A Rare Type of Cancer My first introduction to Sarcoma Cancer was while I was still a medical student. That was over 20 years ago, before I even knew my specialty would be in oncology. I had my first oncology encounter through a family/friend and it was a Sarcoma Cancer diagnosis. She was diagnosed with “Leiomyo-sarcoma of the uterus.”  It was a tough time for all of us, but I am… Read More

Can I Survive Stage 4 Prostate Cancer? The Prostate Cancer Paradigm  Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer in men. Prostate cancer screening remains very important. There is a myth, that prostate cancer is “not that bad” because a treatment option is to do nothing at all. That is a myth and an interpretation that is causing needless pain, suffering and death for some men. I will blog later on the risks… Read More

Surviving stage 4 breast cancer

Can I Survive Stage 4 Breast Cancer? The Breast Cancer Paradigm  Breast Cancer is very common. Statistics show that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. The stage at which breast cancer is diagnosed is usually early stage. Unfortunately, when breast evaluation is neglected for a long period of time it may present at a later stage. Surviving Stage 4 Breast Cancer means different things to different people –… Read More