Monitoring Your Colon Health

· · Cancer
Although colorectal cancer can be diagnosed at any age, more than 90 percent of cases occur in people age 50 or older. The main reason for this is that age increases your risk for the small colon polyps (growths) that can develop into tumors. These polyps also progress very slowly—it … Read More

Targeted Prostate Cancer Treatment

· · Cancer
Traditionally, men with localized, low-risk prostate cancer have had two less-than-ideal options: Watch and wait (called active surveillance) or undergo surgery or radiation therapy, both of which carry a high risk of incontinence or sexual dysfunction. A new treatment, however, combines the low risk of active surveillance with the effectiveness … Read More

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