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Prostate Cancer: Symptoms and Screenings
Prostate Cancer: Symptoms and Screenings

The second most common cancer in men in the United States (after skin cancer), prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death in men.  Symptoms of prostate cancer In its early stage, prostate cancer often has no symptoms, although common symptoms with advanced prostate cancer do appear. These include: Weak or interrupted (“stop-and-go”) flow of […]

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What To Look For and Where To Look For Skin Cancer
What To Look For and Where To Look For Skin Cancer

Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers and the American Academy of Dermatology estimates that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Sarah Cannon recommends regular full body skin self-exams and skin exams by your doctor starting at age 20. To learn more about full body skin exams, check […]

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Full-Body Skin Exam: What To Expect
Full-Body Skin Exam: What To Expect

Early detection is key for skin cancer. Starting at age 20, in addition to performing regular full-body skin self-exams, you should have skin exams by your doctor. Here is what you can expect at a full-body skin exam with your dermatologist. Who performs the exam? A dermatologist will typically perform a full-body skin exam. You […]

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Preventing Colon Cancer Together
Preventing Colon Cancer Together

Colorectal cancer screenings are an important step toward early diagnosis, but many people avoid colonoscopies because of fear of discomfort. With the increase in incidence of colorectal cancer in younger age groups, Sarah Cannon and other organizations including the American Cancer Society are recommending screening start as early as 45 years old. Sarah Cannon recommends […]

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