I’m BRCA Positive and in my 20s: Now What?
If you're in your 20s and BRCA positive, you can stay informed and protect yourself from breast and ovarian cancers. Sara Bienenfeld, Genetic Counselor at Stamford Health, discusses.
What To Do If You're BRCA Positive
Learning that you're BRCA positive can be shocking. Stamford Health's geneticists address the risk for ovarian and breast cancers in women who are BRCA positive.
Ask a Doctor: Prostate Cancer Myths vs. Facts
Dr. Michael Karellas uncovers some of the most common myths behind prostate cancer. Read more in our blog.
New Treatment for Triple Negative Breast Cancer
There is now a new treatment for triple negative breast cancer, a form of breast cancer that usually has low survival rates and resists standard therapies.
Which Cancers Should Men Be Screened For?
Being vigilant about health care screenings is one of the best things you can do to prevent cancers or detect them early, including the most common ones in men.
DigniCap® Scalp Cooling System Now at Stamford Health
With many breast cancer chemotherapies, hair loss is inevitable. But with DigniCap Scalp Cooling System, it doesn't have to be.
5 Questions with Betsy Rice, Nurse Navigator
Meet Betsy Rice, Nurse Navigator. Learn more about her background and what inspires her to work with those with cancer.
Ovarian Cancer and Your Sex Life
When bringing the spark back into your relationship during or after ovarian cancer treatment, you might have many emotions & challenges. Here are ways to cope.
The Facts About Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian cancer is sporadic. Unfortunately, this means we haven’t yet determined the cause. But your chances become greater at fighting it when diagnosed early.
Fighting Cancer With Immunotherapy
What is immunotherapy and how does it work to treat cancer? Our oncology team tells all.