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Cancer screening and prevention

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Gynecologic cancer

September 1, 2021

Gynecologic oncology offers women expert care

A gynecologic oncologist is trained to diagnose and treat female reproductive cancers.

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Mammography

August 18, 2021

Traditional vs. 3D mammography: Which is better for you?

The development of a 3D-like mammogram, called digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), has been a major advancement for cancer detection.

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JasonShivers

July 29, 2021

How one patient is helping departments reduce firefighters’ cancer risk

Firefighter and cancer survivor Jason Shivers is helping to make changes to reduce firefighters' cancer risks.

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Esophageal cancer screening

July 21, 2021

Who should get an esophageal cancer screening? What patients need to know

Are you at high risk for esophageal cancer? If so, you may benefit from esophageal cancer screening. Find out what it is and who it's for here.

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Genetic counseling

July 7, 2021

A genetic counselor weighs in on genetic testing for breast cancer

Who should get genetic testing for breast cancer? What are the pros and cons? This article answers your questions.

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Fasting

June 24, 2021

What you need to know about fasting and cancer

Could fasting-related changes to your metabolism really make a difference, either by hurting cancer cells or enhancing the effectiveness of cancer-fighting drugs?

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Blog-Dr-Cavanaugh-QA

June 22, 2021

What every man needs to know about prostate cancer

Dr. Cavanaugh: It's important for men to understand the risks for developing prostate cancer and how to speak with their doctor about screening options.

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Healthy fingernails

June 15, 2021

What do your fingernails say about your health?

Our fingernails may offer a glimpse into what’s going on inside our bodies, including offering signs that may point to cancer.

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Sun safety

June 8, 2021

Busting myths: 9 misconceptions about sunscreen and sun safety

Before you go outdoors, you’ll want to protect yourself and your family from the type of sun exposure that can put you at risk of developing skin cancer.

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