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The Importance of Cancer Screening
The Importance of Cancer Screening

Cancer screening is imperative to your health. Regular screenings can detect cancer at early stages which, in turn, may make it easier to treat. Check out our new cancer screening diagram (Download PDF) that outlines the screening guidelines for breast, cervical, colorectal, skin and lung cancers. Download as .pdf

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What to Know About Bile Duct Cancer
What to Know About Bile Duct Cancer

February is Gallbladder and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness Month. Bile Duct Cancer is a complex and rare cancer that is also known as cholangiocarcinoma or bile duct tumors. Johanna Bendell, MD, Chief Development Officer at Sarah Cannon Research Institute is a leader in the field and discusses the intricacies of this cancer. It’s not just one, […]

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What to Know About HPV-related Cancer
What to Know About HPV-related Cancer

You’ve probably heard a lot about human papillomavirus, also known as HPV, and wondered how it might affect you, what steps you may need to take to prevent it and why it’s important to educate yourself. HPV is quite common and 80 percent of those who are sexually active are infected with HPV at some […]

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You’ve Heard of Rehab But Do You Know About Prehab?
You’ve Heard of Rehab But Do You Know About Prehab?

While the idea of undergoing rehabilitation after treatment for cancer may be familiar to most patients, the concept of prehabilitation, therapy before your treatment, probably is not. So what is it, and why do you need it? TriStar Centennial Medical Center’s Director of Rehabilitation, Jeff LeCates, and Mardys Hewgley, physical therapist, explain how prehabilitation (prehab) […]

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What to Know About Clinical Trials
What to Know About Clinical Trials

What are clinical trials? Clinical trials, also known as medical research studies, are carefully designed tests of medicines and treatment options under the supervision of a physician. These studies rely on people, called study participants, to try the new medicine or treatment that may have fewer side effects, or provide an effective treatment that is […]

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