Why you should detect ovarian cancer early if possible. Here at Hope Cancer Center of East Texas, we’ve been helping East Texans fight cancer for over 30 years. We want everyone to be proactive and vigilant in their own personal detections of ovarian cancer. As we know how dramatically a cancer diagnosis can affect someone’s … Continued

Almost every single one of us knows someone who has or has had cancer. Because cancer is the result of abnormal cell division, no one is immune and any body part is susceptible. Besides nonmelanoma skin cancer, here are some of the most common cancers to watch out for. There are many common types of … Continued

The short answer is yes, but not always because it depends on many factors. The 5-year survival rate for women with stage I breast cancer is nearly 100 percent, stage II is 93 percent and the stage III survival rate is 72 percent. It is important to remember these statistics are estimates and not predictive … Continued