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Dr. Kevin Woods

March 25, 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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Dr. Vashi

March 23, 2021

Dr. Vashi: It’s time to get screened for colorectal cancer

Dr. Vashi: . Let's spread the word on colorectal screening so we may continue to see declines in new cases.

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Monoclonal antibodies

March 18, 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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St. Patrick's Day

March 16, 2021

Eat this, not that, on St. Patrick’s Day

With a few substitutions, you can sample some traditional fare on St. Patrick's Day and still stay on a nutritious eating plan.

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Getting a second opinion

March 12, 2021

Compelling reasons to get a second opinion for lung cancer

When should you get a second opinion for lung cancer? Read about when and how a second opinion may benefit you.

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March 11, 2021

Colorectal cancer cases are declining. So why get screened earlier?

The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force has recommend lowering the age to begin colorectal cancer screenings.

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Swollen lymph nodes

March 9, 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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Advanced cancer

March 5, 2021

Treatment for advanced cancer: What are my options?

More advanced cancer treatment options are available now than ever before. Read more about them and how they may help you here.

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COVID vaccines

March 4, 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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