Results for "Cáncer"
Mejórame
Precision Medicine: How Genetic Testing Is Improving Breast Cancer Treatment and Prevention
Some say knowledge is power. And for some women, this is especially true when it comes to knowing their risk for breast cancer. Treatment options for cancer...
Sep 27
Enseñame
What Is a PSA Test and What Do the Results Mean?
How’s your prostate? When it comes to good health, are you keeping score? Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men, with the exception...
Sep 23
Enseñame
Get Screened: Blacks and African Americans at Greater Risk for Colorectal Cancer
Many of us are still mourning the loss of actor Chadwick Boseman, who lost his battle with colon cancer in August 2020, at age 43. His untimely death has...
Sep 12
Aconséjame
Your Summer Safety Shopping List
Summer means days at the pool, road trips to the lake and hiking through the mountains. Your kids are homework-free and ready for the next adventure. But...
Jun 29
Podcast
Bedside Stories: The Flashlight Option
Patient Kim Alten’s annual mammogram led to an option to have genetic testing for cancer, which can help determine whether someone – and their family –...
Jun 15
Enseñame
What You Should Know About Gallbladder Cancer
Your gallbladder is located just under your liver and helps digest food. Unless you’ve been diagnosed with gallbladder disease, many people give little...
May 17
Mejórame
So, Your Doctor Prescribed an Endoscopy
Medicine has come a long way. Depending on what symptoms you exhibit, a doctor may be able to use a narrow, bendy tube with a light and tiny camera on...
May 09
Enseñame
The Basics of Kidney Cancer
It seems that skin, prostate, breast, and lung cancer are all at the forefront of everyone’s minds because they are the most common types of cancer. But,...
May 05
Enseñame
Birthmarks 101: What You Need to Know
You probably know someone with a birthmark, or maybe you even have one. But how much do you really know about the phenomenon? Robert Wood, MD, a craniofacial...
Apr 23
Podcast, Inspìrame
Bedside Stories: Living Backwards
Ten-year-old Peyton Gonzalez is like any other kid her age, but she’s also literally one in a million -- a survivor of an extremely rare cancer that required...
Mar 10