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If you have cancer or you are a cancer survivor, here are seven steps you can take to improve your diet and nutrition.
Is there a history of cancer in your family? If so, you could be at risk. Family medicine physician Dr. John Presutti advises learning your family's healthy history and acting on it.
Physician assistant Casey Swanson responds to a question about cancer risk and genetic testing for a BRCA2 mutation.
Andrea Beckendorf's decision to get breast cancer screening despite the COVID-19 pandemic led to an early diagnosis of treatable breast cancer.
During Stomach Cancer Awareness Month, recognized in November, learn about this disease and the symptoms and risk factors that could help you stay alert.
The five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer is just 10.8%. Here are five things everyone should know about this deadly cancer.
Not only is November Lung Cancer Awareness Month, but also Nov. 18 is the Great American Smokeout. And that makes this the ideal time to talk about lung cancer and smoking.
When Lisa Pitre went in for a routine mammogram in summer 2019, nothing on her imaging was concerning. By October Lisa was diagnosed with stage 4 invasive lobular carcinoma, an aggressive type of breast cancer.
An article published in the October issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings offers recommendations regarding supplemental screening for women with dense breast tissue.
Only a small percentage of women are considered to be at high risk for developing breast cancer due to family history, genetic mutation, or tissue-based findings that elevate their odds.