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May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month and in general the story is a positive one for this disease site. Over half of the patients that present with this cancer have early noninvasive disease which…
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Caromont Cancer Center Participates in New Trial to Address Long Standing Problem in Cancer Survivors; Sleep Disturbances after Treatment Written By: Dr. Charles J. Meakin, MDCaroMont Health is now…
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SERO Physicians Support ALL-IN TO FIGHT CANCER Written By: SERO StaffSoutheast Radiation Oncology Physician Kevin Roof, MD joined hundreds of others in the bid to fight cancer by participating…
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Intraocular melanoma is a rare disease in which cancer forms in melanocytes in the eye. Melanocytes are cells that make melanin (the pigment that gives skin and eyes their color).
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Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a type of skin cancer characterized by the uncontrolled growth of damaged or mutated squamous cells. The second most common form of skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma accounts for 700,000 new cases each year in the US alone.
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I am Linda Coverdale, PA-C, and I have been brought on board to focus on cancer survivorship! Survivorship is a critical part of cancer care and we are very excited to introduce this piece of the care plan to the Gaston and Charlotte area...
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The good news: remission indicates that your cancer is improving in a measurable way. Your tumors may be shrinking or disappearing, your symptoms may be improving or going away, or there may be less cancer in your body overall. Generally, remission means that you can reduce or stop your treatment, at least temporarily.
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If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, chances are you’ve visited a doctor who specializes in oncology. Oncology is an umbrella term used to describe all branches of medicine that deal with the diagnosis, treatment, and overall care of cancer patients, as well as research into how cancer develops and what we can do to help prevent, treat, and cure it.
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Before deciding whether or not to undergo testing, men should weigh the potential risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening, review medical history and personal risk factors for prostate cancer with their physician, and arrive at an informed conclusion.
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Clinical oncology trials are scientific studies that test the impact of a medical treatment on a selected group of patients with a common medical condition.