Breast Cancer in Men

When 54-year-old Realtor Vern Oakum first noticed a pebble-size lump near his left armpit, he disregarded it. “But it never went away,” says Oakum. Over six months, the lump grew to golf-ball size and was sore when he lay on his side. “I was a typical man,” he admits. “I procrastinated about going to the [Continue Reading]

The dance that almost wasn’t

Nearly three decades ago, David Teverbaugh stood on a beach in Belize with his sun-kissed new bride and made one more vow: For the rest of their lives together, he would celebrate their marriage by dancing with her on beaches around the world. Over the years, Christina and David Teverbaugh have slow-danced on the sands [Continue Reading]

When Colorectal Cancer Strikes at 37

After Kathy McDaniel first heard the words, it looks like cancer, the staff at Memorial Hermann Cancer Center-Texas Medical Center went out of their way to meet with her and her husband, Clay. “We were people, not numbers,” she explains, “and the staff is caring and joyful. They always greet us with a smile and [Continue Reading]