Cancer Screening and Early Detection

Cancers start out as small, stage I tumors, but they grow larger (stage II), then larger and spread to lymph nodes (stage III), and finally spread to other parts of the body (stage IV). It is important to detect cancer at the earliest possible stage, because treatment in the earlier stages is more effective. One

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Important Cancer Screening Tests

Cancer is one of the most feared diagnosis that a patient can receive. However, patients should know that cancers are now highly treatable and some are preventable diseases. There are numerous key-screening tests available that each patient should receive periodically to screen for malignant cells inside the body. It is important that each patient receive

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How to Detect Melanoma

With summer on the horizon, many are looking forward to weekends spent outdoors: on the boat, at the pool, or on the beach. In addition to bringing warm weather, May also brings a heightened awareness of skin cancer. May 2014 is National Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month. It is important that people know how

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