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Eating with Cancer

From sugar to supplements, our experts weigh in on what to eat and what to avoid.


Loss & Recovery

After months of treatment and a double mastectomy, Felicia Whisenhunt benefited from an innovative breast reconstruction procedure.


Acid Test

A rare couple in the lab world has developed a new way for surgeons to look at the tumors they need to remove.


Radiation Reimagined


The Team That's Doubling Cancer Survival Rates


Hepatocellular carcinoma kills more people in Texas than in any other state: How we can fight back

More Texans die from hepatocellular carcinoma, a form of liver cancer, than people in any other state. Explore why aggressive detection and treatment of liver diseases that cause this condition are key to good outcomes.


The Cancer-Cardiac Connection

When cancer strikes, there is potential for heart damage. Specialists in cardio-oncology can help minimize this damage. Read more.


When Cancer Fights Back

Breast cancer can stay in remission for many years, thanks to effective drugs like tamoxifen. But sometimes breast cancer reappears. A new drug under study at UT Southwestern holds promise for people who are facing recurrent breast cancer. Read more.


Dr. Link’s perspective: Why family matters for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy care

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, or HCM, is a genetic heart condition that affects about one in 500 people nationwide. Learn how accurate diagnoses of this dangerous disease and a Plano mother’s determination saved her life and that of her son.