Every October we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, a chance to celebrate survivors, mourn loved ones, encourage those who are still fighting and raise overall awareness of the disease. While it is well known that
The term “robotic surgery” can be frightening. There are so many questions surrounding the emerging technology and its efficacy and safety. However, robotic surgery is paving the way for less invasive options when it comes
The official first day of summer falls in June, which for many people means a lot of time outdoors. Although getting out during the warm weather provides its own health benefits, heading outdoors without the
The road to creating life-extending and life-saving cancer treatments has included milestone achievements over the years. Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and hormone therapies have served as the foundation in the fight against cancer. But as treatments
The month of April may be most commonly known for its spring rains and Easter egg hunts, but it is also increasingly becoming recognized as Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Sounding the alarm on testicular cancer
It may be socially taboo to discuss our colons, rectums and anything having to do with poop, but there’s nothing embarrassing about being open and honest about colorectal cancer. Cancer is dangerous, no matter where
About one man in seven will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, the American Cancer Society says—a statistic that means the odds are good you or someone you know will have or has had prostate cancer.
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