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The Regional Cancer Center now provides unparalleled inpatient care on the top floor of Gulf Coast Medical Center. Learn what that means for cancer patients and their families.
Self-exams and regular dental check-ups are vital to detecting oral cancer. Perform these simple steps at home to keep yourself safe.
Questions and answers from Lee Health about glioblastoma, an incurable form of brain cancer.
Don't put it off any longer. A colonoscopy – a medical test that examines the lower bowel for abnormalities -- is essential for catching cancer early.
Lifestyle changes are a key to prevention, and you can start at any age.
A low-dose CT scan spots nodules ‘the size of a grain of rice’
A local expert weighs in on Alex Trebek’s battle with pancreatic cancer and how the popular host of “Jeopardy” is calling attention to the disease and the possibility of better survival rates.
Doctors are on a mission: They want you to know that one of the deadliest cancers is also the most preventable.
Who should have one and when? And what kind? How can new technology help detect problems? Be proactive with this handy guide.
Examine your skin, seek the shade, and slather on the sunscreen.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so here’s what you need to know about risk factors, prevention, treatment, and common myths.