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  • Why Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month Matters

    It’s September again and that means its Gynecologic Cancer Awareness month. This may not mean much to a lot of people, but it means a whole lot to the 80,000 women per year in the United States who are diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer.

    Posted 09.10.15

  • Should I Be Screened for Prostate Cancer?

    The question of screening is a personal and complex one. It’s important for each man to talk with his doctor about whether prostate cancer screening is right for him.

    Posted 09.08.15

  • RCC Closed Monday, September 7th

    Happy Labor Day! RCC will be closed today, Monday Spetember 7th and will reopen tomorrow morning, Tuesday, September 8th at 8am.

    Posted 09.05.15

  • 7 Benefits of Music Therapy

    Music Therapy, a research based field that uses the properties of music can stir a person at the core, bringing out and honoring the real person behind the cancer diagnosis and allowing for more freedom of self-expression.

    Posted 07.17.15

  • Eating on Chemo: Tips to Overcome Taste and Weight Challenges

    When you’re being treated for cancer, food can lose all its appeal. But maintaining good nutrition is more important than ever as you move toward recovery.

    Posted 07.16.15

  • Do Researchers Know What Causes Bladder Cancer?

    Researchers have found some risk factors and are starting to understand how they cause cells in the bladder to become cancerous.

    Posted 07.09.15

  • RCC Closed July 3rd

    RCC will be closed on Friday, July 3rd and will reopen Monday, July 6th at 8:00am.

    Posted 07.01.15

  • Obesity Increases Breast Cancer Risk

    Postmenopausal women who are overweight and especially obese have a greater risk of developing breast cancers, finds a new study that highlights the importance of preventing weight gain, as it also raises questions about whether losing weight necessarily reduces that risk.

    Posted 06.24.15

  • Tea, Flavonoids, May Lower Early Mortality Risk for Women

    Older women who drank tea and ate other foods high in flavonoids had a lower risk of earlier mortality from cancer and cardiovascular disease, as well as any cause, found a recent study from Australia

    Posted 06.19.15

  • Trans Fats Banned- What that Could Mean for your Cancer Risk

    In three years, you won’t be seeing foods with added trans-fat on your grocery shelves, thanks to action from the federal government announced on June 16th, 2015. The step was taken primarily for heart health but it’s a great opportunity to help you shift to a more cancer-protective diet.

    Posted 06.17.15

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