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Diagnosing cancer

106 Posts

What does breast cancer look like?

October 5, 2022

8 visible signs that may indicate breast cancer

It’s a good idea to report any suspicious lumps or breast changes to your physician right away, because some may be signs of breast cancer. Doing so may help catch cancer in its earlier stages, when it’s easier to treat.

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Imaging for breast cancer

September 29, 2022

Six things we can learn from Katie Couric’s breast cancer diagnosis

Journalist and former Today host Katie Couric has gone public with her breast cancer diagnosis, in part to encourage people to get screened.

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Cancer staging and grading

August 10, 2022

What’s the difference? Grading and staging allow oncologists to home in on a cancer’s characteristics

Cancer staging and grading provide much of that critical data to cancer care teams as they develop a patient’s treatment plan.

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Stomach Cancer

June 15, 2022

Country music star’s diagnosis shines spotlight on stomach cancer

Little is known about Toby Keith’s specific case, but his diagnosis offers a glimpse into the treatment options available to most stomach cancer patients.

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Leukemia

June 8, 2022

Explaining the alphabet soup of leukemia types

Leukemia is the 11th most common cancer diagnosed in the United States, but it’s not always fully understood.

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Dr. Jason Beland

June 1, 2022

New imaging agent helps doctors hunt down metastatic prostate cancer

This new advance is pushing science forward as researchers look for new ways to identify and treat metastatic cancer.

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Gleason score

March 23, 2022

For prostate cancer patients, it’s always good to know the score

The Gleason score is a critical calculation designed to help determine the extent of the disease, the aggressiveness of the cancer cells and how it may be treated.

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Dr. Toufic Kachaamy

March 9, 2022

When should you worry about blood in your stool?

Blood in the stool may be caused by a variety of conditions or diseases, including cancer, that could develop into serious health issues if left untreated.

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Cancer disparities

February 15, 2022

Creating a level playing field in the fight against cancer

Disparities in cancer risk, incidences and deaths among Americans span many racial, ethnic and socio-economic lines.

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