• Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    Medical Imaging by Patricia Tepper, M.D.

    Over the past 30 years, special types of imaging have largely replaced exploratory surgery as a way to \look inside\ the body.  These tools include:

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    Breast Reconstruction by Mike Hueneke, M.D.

    Breast reconstruction is a critical apsect of the overall treatment plan for women facing a diagnosis of breast cancer.  After wading through the emotion and mental trauma, you are now faced with an abundance of information and choices.  The first important decision is therapy.  Reconstruction o

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  • Cancer Supportive Services
    7 years 4 months ago

    The Impact of Breast Cancer on Couples

    This month we see pink everywhere we look; pink t-shirts, pink hats, pink yogurt lids, even chicken wrapped in pink plastic for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In this sea of pink, we often forget the husbands, partners, boyfriends, and loved ones who care for those living with breast cancer.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    Radiation Oncology and Women's Cancers by Ed Hunt, M.D.

    Carcinoma of the breast will affect more than 190,000 women in the United States this year.  Radiation therapy will be an important part of the treatment plan for more than half of those women.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    The Latest On Breast Cancer - Increasing Options by Denise A. Yardley, M.D.

    Breast cancer clearly remains a major global problem.  Despite a steady reduction in the death rates from breast cancer in many Western countries, with the exception of the United States, the incidence of breast cancer continues to increase.

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  • PearlPoint Staff
    7 years 4 months ago

    Sharing the Journey

    Today is my father-in-law’s 85th birthday.  A man of deep faith, loyalty to family, and compassion for others, he welcomed me into the family nearly 30 years ago.  Although Rayburn had humble beginnings as a child during the Great Depression, he has always been a seeker of life’s most

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    Participating in a Clinical Trial...by Howard A. Burris, III, M.D.

    This important phrase embodies the belief of the Sarah Cannon Research Institute (SCRI), where our mission is centered on advancing therapies for patients.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 4 months ago

    Ovarian Cancer by Gautam G. Rao, M.D.

    Epithelial ovarian cancer is the leading cause of death from gynecologic cancer in the United States.  Ovarian cancer is the fourth most frequent cause of cancer death in women and accounts for 5% of all cancer deaths in women in this country.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 5 months ago

    Menopause and Cancer Treatment by Nancy Peacock, M.D.

    Complete cessation of ovarian function for a period of at least one year is defined as menopause.  When ovarian function ceases, serum estradiol levels drop and serum FSH and LH levels rise.

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  • Paige Anderson
    7 years 5 months ago

    Informative Video on Prostate Cancer featuring James R. Gray, M.D.

    Prostate cancer is an all too common cancer diagnosed in men.  Approximately 218,000 men will be diagnosed this year alone.  Watch this informative video on prostate cancer, featuring radiation oncologist James R. Gray, M.D.

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