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Four things to know about screening for lung cancer (Infographic)

Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Screening for lung cancer involves a test that can detect a cancer before there are any symptoms. Screening for certain types of cancer has been shown to reduce deaths by detecting cancers early and allowing for earlier and more effective treatment.
Lung cancer screening uses ultra low-dose CT scans of the lungs, performed on a yearly basis, to find lung cancer before there are any symptoms. Learn about the top four facts you need to know about this life-saving screening.

Reconstruction After Breast Cancer: Three Questions to Ask Your Surgeon

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Dr. Samuel Bartholomew, Plastic Surgeon

Breast reconstruction is an important part of a multi-disciplinary approach to treating breast cancer. Breast cancer patients should consider scheduling a consultation with a plastic surgeon to discuss whether breast reconstruction is right for them.