February is Cancer Prevention Awareness Month. It’s important for women to contact their physician if they experience changes with their body.
Learn ways to fight cancer according to the American Institute for Cancer Research, including the “New American Plate”cancer fighting tool.
The increased use of pap smear tests and HPV vaccinations are lowering the risk of one of the leading causes of death in women, cervical cancer.
Dr. Robles addresses how the new oral anticoagulants may provide equal benefit and no extra risk for individuals requiring blood thinners.
Observation trials showed that a low dose chest CT can identify early asymptomatic lung cancer which would allow treating lung cancer at an early stage.
During the month of November, men grow mustaches to raise awareness about men’s mental and physical health, especially prostate and testicular cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is the ideal time to focus on breast cancer awareness and survivorship.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Over 2 million American men are prostate cancer survivors and the number continues to grow.
September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month which reminds us of how important it is to learn, listen and act on preventing and reducing your risk.