Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Chicken Soup for Mind, Body and Soul

Fall has arrived and with it, cooler temperatures (fingers crossed). Nothing tastes as good on a cold day as a warm bowl of chicken soup. For many, chicken soup brings back memories of childhood and carefree youth. A cancer diagnosis can be hard, and we do all we can to bring out the positive aspects […]

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I have cancer. What do I do now?

I have cancer. What do I do now?

Choosing a physician can often be a daunting task. Who do you choose? Where do you go? Fighting cancer diagnosis is much easier when you find a doctor with whom you have an instant rapport. At University Cancer Centers, not only are there doctors who care, but who are also are award winning radiation oncologists. Dr. […]

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What Is An MRI?

What Is An MRI?

Many people can find a magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, exam nerve-racking. Most traditional MRI machines are large, tube-shaped magnets that a patient lies inside. The magnetic field temporarily realigns hydrogen atoms in your body to make pictures of organs and structures inside the body by utilizing the magnetic field and pulses of radio wave […]

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What Do You Know About Cervical Cancer?

What Do You Know About Cervical Cancer?

January is National Cervical Cancer Awareness month, and we’re here to help educate you on facts about cervical cancer and what to be on the lookout for to prevent an advanced stage diagnosis. Cervical cancer awareness means stepping outside of the box and the “save the cooch” slogans. It is so much more. Did you […]

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