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Man Undergoes Surgery After Colonoscopy Detects Cancer

Dana Saunders, Sr., 61, knows from experience how important getting a colonoscopy screening is, especially if you have risk factors for colon cancer.

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Retired Truck Driver Chooses Groundbreaking Cancer Care at UH

After Brian Weary was diagnosed with colorectal cancer, he underwent lifesaving immunotherapy treatments at UH to erase his cancer.

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How to Help Your Child Thrive After Cancer

Children often face long-term complications as a result of cancer or the treatments they received. Here are some strategies to help them thrive.

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More Than a Lump: 8 Less Common Signs of Breast Cancer

There are less common symptoms that can signal breast cancer and may warrant a visit to the doctor for further evaluation.

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Research: High Blood Sugar Makes Chemotherapy More Effective

The findings reveal a new way to treat cancer that would be low cost and could be easily tested in other patients with cancer.

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Heart Test Finds Lung Mass

A Medina Country resident is doing well after the surgical removal of a lung tumor that was discovered during a coronary calcium score.

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Radiation Therapy Offers Targeted Treatment, Fewer Side Effects

Many patients require fewer treatments, with greater precision to kill cancer cells while preserving healthy tissue.

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When Is Active Surveillance the Right Choice for Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer does not always require immediate intervention. Learn when and why active surveillance might be a safe and appropriate treatment option.

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