At UPMC CancerCenter, we are your doctors, caregivers, teachers, and support system. You are not alone in your fight against cancer, and we are committed to providing you the knowledge, inspiration, and specialty cancer care you need so you can face your diagnosis with confidence. We’re here for you – as part of the community – and that’s something cancer can never take away.
The environment is filled with substances that can potentially lead to cancer in humans. Learn more about these carcinogens with our guide.
Human papillomavirus, or HPV, is the most common sexually transmitted infection worldwide — it affects most sexually active people at some point in their lives.
Paranasal sinus and nasal cavity cancer can mimic the common cold in several ways. But it’s highly unlikely that cancer is causing your wintertime woes.
Lighting up — even after a diagnosis of cancer — is more common than you might think. Learn more about why it’s important to quit smoking after cancer.
Although it can be rewarding to aid your loved one back to health, being a caregiver is no easy task and has many ups and downs.