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Telehealth

July 12, 2021

Telehealth post-pandemic: Video doctor visits look like they’re here to stay

Telehealth may provide advantages for physicians and other health providers, especially when used in combination with in-office appointments.

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Summer fun

May 24, 2021

5 ways to balance food and fun this summer

When fun takes priority, as it should in summer, you may find yourself less focused on making the nutritious food decisions that are important during cancer treatment and survivorship.

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Cancer prevention steps

May 12, 2021

Five steps that may help catch cancer early

Routine health checks, such as a trip to the dentist, or regular self-exams may help you or your doctor find early signs of cancer.

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Staying safe

April 28, 2021

Cancer treatment: 5 common health and safety risks

It’s important to be educated about health and safety risks that could cause delays to your treatment and affect your quality of life.

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COVID in cancer survivors

March 31, 2021

Study: Cancer survivors, not just current patients, are at high risk of COVID-19 symptoms

Research indicates that, compared to those who have never been diagnosed with cancer, long-term cancer survivors are at higher risk of developing severe symptoms from COVID-19.

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Dr. Kevin Woods

March 24, 2021

Dr. Woods: Busting colorectal cancer myths

Colorectal cancer is the third-most common type of cancer in the United States, but several myths need to be addressed so people can identify their level of risk for developing the disease.

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Monoclonal antibodies

March 17, 2021

From cancer to COVID: Putting monoclonal antibodies to work

Scientists developing new treatments for those with COVID-19 symptoms are turning to the same biomedicine that is playing an increasingly important role in treating cancer: monoclonal antibodies.

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Swollen lymph nodes

March 8, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine side effect may mimic breast cancer symptoms

Swollen lymph nodes, a side effect of COVID-19 vaccines, may be causing breast cancer scares in women.

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COVID vaccines

March 3, 2021

Which COVID-19 vaccine is better for cancer patients? All of them

With the recent rollout of a new COVID-19 vaccine, cancer patients may wonder if one vaccine is better than the other.

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