Marty Collins had surfed in Santa Cruz on and off for nearly 50 years. One day he went out, got held under for two or three waves, and realized that he couldn't hold his breath nearly as long as he used to. Something was up. Turns out he had a mass the size of a man's fist around one of his lungs. Collins and his wife were distraught, until they talked to his doctor.
Two patients reflect on their bouts with pancreatic cancer and how the complex Whipple procedure saved their lives.
Cancer patients Eunice and Amy, along with Karen Harrington, M.D., discuss PAMF's commitment to quality care.
After receiving cancer treatment at Sutter Health, a Vacaville man shares his positive outlook on life with fellow cancer patients.
A special program in San Mateo brings health information to communities in need. For one prostate cancer patient, the timing was perfect.
Constance Cole, 67, of Roseville, received a bone-marrow transplant in 2014 after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.