Lung cancer is one of the most common and deadliest types of cancer, accounting for nearly 25% of all cancer deaths. Despite these scary statistics, fewer than 4 percent of people who qualify for lung cancer screenings ever get them. Should you?
Whether they face surgery, chemotherapy or radiation, patients are curious about what treatments will work best and what each type means for recovery. So where do we begin when it comes to lung cancer treatment?
The decision to get screened for prostate cancer is deeply personal. Making that decision begins with knowing the facts.
Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center is an approved National Pancreas Foundation Cancer Center. A high-volume surgeon and the presence of clinical trials are only part of what led to this prestigious designation.
It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., yet a third of the people most at risk have never been tested. Here's what you need to know about colon cancer screening.
A young thyroid cancer survivor credits Methodist head and neck oncologist for not only saving his life but changing his life, too.
Several representatives from Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center attended the 2020 Methodist Survivor Fashion Show – part of Omaha Fashion Week. Here's why:
When it comes to pain management, Methodist is helping reduce the need for opioids by addressing patient anxiety.
Thyroid cancer is one of the fastest growing incidences of cancer in the nation. It’s also one of the most commonly treated cancers at the Methodist Head and Neck Surgical Oncology Clinic.