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New recommendation is a significant step in colorectal cancer prevention
As a nurse with over 28 years of experience caring for patients, Mary, 55, always tries to practice what she preaches about getting regular screenings and checkups. During her annual mammogram a few years ago, Mary’s scan showed something worrisome. After a biopsy, the results came back: Mary had malignant pre-cancer cells in her breast.
This November, we’re raising awareness of lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer deaths in the US to encourage more early screening, diagnosis and treatment. Unfortunately, most lung cancers are diagnosed at an advanced stage when cancer cells have already spread to other parts of the body, making it more difficult to treat. We know that diagnosing cancers at an earlier stage, before the cancer has spread, provides a much better chance of cure.
Beginning October 31, The Oregon Clinic Ear, Nose & Throat Plaza will change their name to Ear, Nose & Throat Northeast.