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Mother and daughter discussing cervical cancer

IS CERVICAL CANCER LINKED TO # SEXUAL PARTNERS?

How Many Sexual Partners Increase My Cervical Cancer Risk? 10 Commonly Asked Questions and Quick Simple Answers JANURARY is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Cervical cancer is discussed more frequently in connection with HPV, the HPV Vaccine as well as other risk factors. However, the every day common questions surrounding Cervical Cancer has little to do… Read More

Sad Christmas

CHRISTMAS IS NOT MERRY FOR EVERYONE

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND SHARE YOUR JOY  WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS MEAN TO YOU? Every year I complain about the “commercialization” of Christmas and that it should be about Christ birthday, not needless exchange of gifts and expensive wares we really cannot afford. We have a chance to celebrate our own birthdays, let take… Read More

OVARIAN CANCER

Blindsided By Ovarian Cancer September is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month SEPTEMBER is Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month. This includes: Cervical Cancer, Endometrial Cancer, Vaginal Cancer, Vulvar cancer, etc., Today we will do a quick review of Ovarian Cancer. Ovarian Cancer is deadly. It is the 4th leading cause of death in women and the leading cause… Read More

Prostate Cancer in Black Men

SEPTEMBER IS PROSTATE CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

KNOW PROSTATE CANCER BASICS 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.  While there are many types of cancers, Prostate Cancer, is… Read More

Survive Cancer now what

WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER CANCER TREATMENTS?

CANCER TREATMENT IS DONE, NOW WHAT?  CANCER TREATMENT PARADIGM Usually, before cancer diagnosis is completely absorbed or understood, treatment decision must be made in a timely manner. Some cancer treatment is more urgent (base of tongue cancer, GBM brain cancer, etc., ) versus other cancer (such as low risk prostate cancer).  Regardless of the cancer… Read More

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