Oct 20, 2021

Will a Mammogram Work for Me? FAQs about Small Breasts, Dense Breasts, and Implants

If you have small breasts, dense breasts, or breasts with implants, you may wonder whether a mammogram will work for you. Huntsman Cancer Institute breast radiologist Phoebe Freer, MD, explains what you need to know about mammograms for these breast types.

Oct 18, 2021

How the Breast Cancer Family Registry Is Making an Impact on Future Generations

The Breast Cancer Family Registry provides people with a glimpse into their medical past and future. Through testing, doctors can discover if a person carries a BRCA gene mutation, which increases the risk of breast cancer. Learn about the impact the registry has had on two people, Elise Grant and Chrissy Walker.

Oct 15, 2021

Can I Afford Genetic Testing for Cancer Risk?

Genetic testing can help you find out if cancer runs in your family. Many think genetic testing is expensive, but genetic testing costs are relatively low and may even be free for some patients.

Oct 11, 2021

Ask an Expert: Ductal Carcinoma in Situ

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is considered the earliest form of breast cancer Kirstyn Brownson, MD, a surgical breast oncologist at HCI, and Phoebe Freer, MD, a radiologist at HCI, share their knowledge and expertise about the disease, its symptoms, and possible treatments.

Oct 08, 2021

A Cause Worth Supporting: Richard and Moonyeen Anderson Commit to Cancer Research

Richard and Moonyeen Anderson believe in the powers of research. Through their experiences with cancer, the Andersons have seen the positive impact of technology. Now, through their gracious giving, they hope to provide better support at HCI.

Oct 04, 2021

Forging a New Path After Brain Cancer

Trevor Schwehr was a student at the University of Utah when he was diagnosed with astrocytoma, a form of brain cancer. "I think God literally smacked me upside my head." Read more about his cousin's impact on him and the engineering work he is doing to improve the lives of cancer doctors and patients.

Sep 29, 2021

Dealing with Cancer-Related Fatigue

Cancer-related fatigue is very common. This type of fatigue goes beyond being really tired. It can have a major impact on your daily life. Cancer-related fatigue is caused by several different factors, so here are some tips and tricks for dealing with it.

Sep 27, 2021

Ovarian Cancer Risk Factors, Screening, and Treatment

Theresa Warner, MD, and her colleagues at Huntsman Cancer Institute’s Gynecologic Cancers Program provides comprehensive and compassionate care for patients with ovarian cancer. Learn what risks and factors they look for prior to screening and possible treatment options.