Living with a serious illness is always difficult, as the patient has to contend with numerous tests, procedures, and oftentimes painful treatments. In some cases, patients have to travel far from the comfort of their own home to seek the best care, adding homesickness to a growing number of challenges. Cancer patient Michele Schambach, 65,
There is nothing more devastating than holding your newborn for the first time and having her taken away just days later to be taken to the neonatal intensive care unit. That’s exactly what happened to Leann Borden when she gave birth to Lillian Grace on September 5, 2019. It was supposed to be a life-changing
Caring for patients with cancer is challenging for victims and caregivers alike, particularly when the patient is a young child. 4-year old Drew Esposito, who is undergoing extensive treatment for brain cancer at Norton Children’s Hospital, has a number of distractions at his disposal but the most fun would have to be a Nerf game!
Cancer is less likely to occur to in children as compared to adults. However, this does not discount the fact that cancer is still the leading cause of death among children and adolescents in America. According to the latest statistics, more than 11,000 of children are diagnosed with cancer, and thousands of children with cancer
Cancer is one of the most threatening health issues we are facing today. In the United States alone, an estimated diagnosis of cancer reaches the number of 1,7335,350. And out of this million of people, 609,640 cancer patients will fall to their demise. Believe it or not, Cancer is not a new disease, in fact,