When jazz pianist Eric Muhler learned his throat cancer was curable, he was relieved. The only downside was that the treatment was going to be incredibly painful. Muhler utilized every service CPMC's Institute for Health & Healing had to offer to make it through the treatment. When he was finished he decided to give back like only a jazz musician could.
An engineer by profession, Gwen expects the same level of precision in her personal life, especially when it comes to her health.
After having surgery to remove a large, malignant kidney tumor, Marilyn Mowrer is once again enjoying the active, busy life she’s always lived.
A new oncology leadership group has taken shape at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, uniting several medical and surgical specialties.
Becky Herry and her oncologist discuss CPMC’s treatment for her late-stage melanoma with a new cancer drug.
Constance Cole, 67, of Roseville, received a bone-marrow transplant in 2014 after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.
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