Tag Archives: American Cancer Society

Think pink for love not cancer

June 10, 2013

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by Dee Munsterman —  When my son was in kindergarten, he informed me one morning that he was required to wear pink to school that day. I had read the bulletin so I knew the reason for this but was curious what he was being taught. As I stapled a pink paper heart to his […]

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Colonics for safer colonoscopies

February 27, 2012

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by Amy Sanders A colonoscopy — the act of looking inside the large intestine with a camera — is easy enough. It is the clean-out preparation that must be ingested the day before that is difficult. Patients are typically told to drink several glasses of a diarrhea-inducing solution the day before the procedure. It is […]

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Is breast or ovarian cancer in your family?

February 27, 2012

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by Dr. Paul Stallone —  Knowing your risk of contracting cancer can better prepare you to take the steps necessary to reduce the chance of being diagnosed. Even better than early detection are new tests that can detail the inherited risks people may have for certain cancers. One such test now available is BRACanalysis® — […]

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