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Wanda Zinn
on Wed, January 27, 2016
It wasn’t the first time Wanda Zinn had been asked to have a sonogram following a mammogram. But this time, Wanda was puzzled when the radiologist and sonogram...
Deanna Grotheer
on Thu, January 14, 2016
In 2012, Deanna Grotheer’s sheltie, Gracie Lou Freebush — named for the lead character in the movie “Miss Congeniality” — began following her around the house...
genetic counseling and testing
on Thu, December 03, 2015
While genetic testing for cancer risk assessment is becoming more and more prevalent, counseling prior to testing is only occurring in approximately 37 percent...
prostate cancer research
on Tue, November 24, 2015
A recent study released by the American Cancer Society found that far fewer men in the United States are being diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer and...
on Sun, November 01, 2015
Helping women overcome the physical and emotional toll of losing their breasts to cancer is the essence of why Mitchell Flurry, MD, became a plastic surgeon...
on Thu, October 29, 2015
Alice Wiggins wanted to come out swinging — against the blood cancer she’d been diagnosed with in November 2014 and with her golf clubs, once spring weather...
on Wed, October 28, 2015
The world collectively gasped when the World Health Organization published a study indicating that processed meats, including sausage and bacon, cause...
on Wed, October 21, 2015
You may have seen news stories recently that the American Cancer Society has released new guidelines for breast cancer screening.  Their new recommendations...
on Tue, October 20, 2015
If you have decided to have cancer genetic testing to find out your risk of developing cancer in the future, you may have lots of questions. Individuals will...
on Tue, September 15, 2015
Since the age of 14, Rose Aguirre has been inspired to care for patients. Last year, with nearly 50 years of nursing experience under her belt, she found...

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