One of the most important aspects of advancing cancer treatment towards developing curative therapies happens because of research. Clinical trials are essential to developing breakthroughs in treating, diagnosing, screening, and preventing cancer.
If you experience fatigue during or after cancer treatment, you are not alone.
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center welcomes Saul Arber, MD, radiation oncologist, to the provider team in Williamsport.
Essence of You, a program offered in partnership with UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Williamsport, the Paternostro Cancer Foundation, and Susquehanna Health Foundation, will host a series of programs starting in January of 2021.
When you see your doctor for an annual checkup, they’ll want to know details not only about you but your family as well — including if your family has a history of cancer. Use this holiday season to have the necessary discussion.
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center is pleased to welcome Eugene Muchnik, MD, medical oncologist, to the UPMC Hillman cancer care team in Williamsport.
UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Williamsport will host a virtual “Shine a Light on Lung Cancer” event Monday, Nov. 9 from 6 to 7 p.m.
Although the UPMC Susquehanna Invitational Golf Tournament was cancelled this year due to COVID-19, local sponsors and donors still made contributions totaling $50,000 to support UPMC.
While scheduling a mammogram or colonoscopy may not be top of mind for you right now, screening tests like these can spot cancer before it causes any symptoms. Usually, the sooner cancer is found, the better the chance it can be treated.
Rob Hughes, a long-term patient at the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center in Williamsport, recently donated to the Susquehanna Health Foundation to support the free lunch program offered to cancer center patients.
More people are surviving cancer than ever before, thanks to early detection and advancements in cancer treatment. Rehabilitation is key to improving a survivor’s quality of life.
Whether you've just been diagnosed, are currently undergoing treatment, or are in remission for cancer, you are a survivor. Survivorship means something different for everyone, and planning and talking to your provider are essential.