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Usually diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 45, testicular cancer is the most common solid tumor cancer diagnosed in young men.
Dr. James East explains what causes Barrett's esophagus, who is at risk, how it's diagnosed and treated, and how you can reduce your risk of developing the condition.
Dr. Caroline Clune discusses some of the common types of noncancerous breast symptoms known as benign breast disease.
Dr. Gregory Jones discusses the link between HPV infection and cancers of the head and neck, including throat and mouth cancer.
Psychiatrist Dr. Patrick Bigaouette offers a guide to help you quit smoking and reduce your risk for cancer and many other health conditions.
Dr. Derek Ebner tests your knowledge of why, when and how you should be screened for colorectal cancer.
Mayo Clinic researchers are using AI to develop ways to find more colon polyps and detect pancreatic cancer at an earlier stage.
Genetic counselor Breanna Mitchell answers some of the most commonly asked questions about cancer and genetic testing.
Dr. Kristin Robinson explains why women with dense breasts may need enhanced imaging in addition to a mammogram.
If you're under 45 and experiencing symptoms related to colorectal cancer, Dr. Frank Sinicrope wants you to talk to a health care professional. Learn why.