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Ron-Ella McLendon underwent a hysterectomy after doctors insisted the operation would solve her fibroid problems. It didn’t.
Although focused ultrasound surgery is not right for all women with uterine fibroids, the treatment offers many benefits.
Carolyn Johnson shares her experiences with uterine fibroids.
The largest peer-reviewed study of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine in cancer patients finds no more, and no different, side effects.
A potential treatment for certain mental disorders involves zapping a certain area of the brain with short bursts of electrical energy.
Improving vision may improve the connection between the eyes and the brain.
When Trina Caldwell, age 45, experienced a life-threatening episode triggered by uterine fibroids, her husband, David, sprang into action.
A blood test and a smartwatch activity tracker helped predict how quickly hip replacement surgery patients recuperated.
Many breast cancer patients rely on cannabis not just to relieve side effects but to treat cancer yet may be unaware of possible harms.
A law says any biological materials remaining after diagnostic procedures may be used for research—usually without an individual’s consent.
More young women with breast cancer choose mastectomy over breast-conserving surgery but there may be sexual and psychosocial costs.
Despite heavy periods, Dearra Williams was unaware she had uterine fibroids. Then the worst pelvic pain she ever felt struck.
Erica L. Taylor, a Dallas filmmaker, shares the story of the harrowing incidents that led to her eventual diagnosis with uterine fibroids.
Treatment is not usually recommended for women with fibroids who lack symptoms. But for those who do, a number of choices are available.
In the search for solutions to her uterine fibroids symptoms, New Jerseyan Lorraine Abudeye has learned to question what care providers say.
Faster recovery is a common reason women with breast cancer forgo reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy.
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