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Sarcoma: A Rare Type of Cancer My first introduction to Sarcoma Cancer was while I was still a medical student. That was over 20 years ago, before I even knew my specialty would be in oncology. I had my first oncology encounter through a family/friend and it was a Sarcoma Cancer diagnosis. She was diagnosed with “Leiomyo-sarcoma of the uterus.”  It was a tough time for all of us, but I am… Read More

surviving prostate cancer

IN HONOR OF NATIONAL MEN’S HEALTH WEEK! Cancer Screening Save Lives Most men do not openly discussed their health.  Surveys show that most men think they are healthy, even if they have a few dire diagnosis.  Optimism? Head in the sand? Whichever the consensus, cancer screening save lives.  Here are few common cancer guidelines for prostate cancer screening, lung cancer screening, and colon cancer screening to consider. Remember, the information here regarding… Read More

a new norm

CANCER SURVIVOR WEEK YOU ARE A SURVIVOR Cancer Survivors Day is the first Sunday in June. But, is one day enough? Not at all. After all you have been through, I say celebrate as often and for as long as you like. So, I say at least a week is a good start *big grin* It is a very common question to ask – “when can I say I am a cancer… Read More

IN HONOR OF NATIONAL WOMEN’S HEALTH WEEK! Cancer Screening Save Lives Yet, this easy way of saving lives is not often used.  Why? Because many remain unaware of what cancer screening they should have and when they should have them. Here are few common cancer guidelines to consider. Remember, the information here should always be verified with your Primary Car Provider (PCP), because recommendations for screening age do change.  What Is You… Read More