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The HPV vaccine may help prevent many cancers, including throat cancer

August 31, 2022

HPV and throat cancer: What’s the connection?

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a leading cause of throat cancer and several other cancers and may infect as many as eight out of 10 people during their lives.

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Lung cancer

May 11, 2022

Why are patients with lung cancer living longer?

After decades of relatively unchanging lung cancer survival rates, researchers are now reporting promising trends at every stage of the disease.

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Lung cancer

April 27, 2022

Why are lung cancer rates rising in people who’ve never smoked?

For several decades, scientists have been vexed by a confounding trend: the increase in the number of lung cancer diagnoses in people who never smoked.

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Cancer screening

April 6, 2022

COVID may have reversed important strides made in cancer prevention

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the delays in cancer screenings it's caused, came at a time when America was making promising strides in the treatment of cancer.

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Colorectal cancer

March 2, 2022

What’s behind the increase in colorectal cancer cases in young adults?

While overall cases and deaths have declined, especially among older adults, colorectal cancer diagnoses have increased dramatically among young adults.

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Men and cancer risk

February 9, 2022

Why men get cancer more than women and how they can manage their risk

Doctors have known for decades that men are more likely to develop cancer than women. Now they may know why.

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Dr. Farshid Sadeghi

January 12, 2022

Your prostate cancer search questions answered

With the help of Dr. Farshid Sadeghi, Medical Director of Genitourinary Center at CTCA Phoenix, we’ll answer some of the most-asked prostate cancer questions on Google.

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Dieting

October 13, 2021

Weight loss may reduce cancer risk, but beware of fad diets

Good nutrition and a healthy weight may help cancer patients better tolerate treatments and reduce the risk of a recurrence. Losing weight may also reduce the risk of many cancers that have been linked to obesity.

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GI Genius

September 22, 2021

GI Genius arms doctors with new tool to help detect colorectal cancer

Dr. Toufic Kachaamy uses GI Genius, a new tool that leverages artificial intelligence to help doctors more clearly and quickly identify polyps, or lesions in the colon.

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