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Q&A With Carol Baird, High Risk Breast Navigator
Carol Baird, High Risk Breast Navigator at Stamford Health, counsels women who are at high risk for breast cancer.
No More Chemotherapy for Many Breast Cancer Patients
More and more women with early stage breast cancer no longer need aggressive chemotherapy and can be spared the difficult side effects. Get the details.
Ruby and Ken's Story (Breast and Liver Cancers)
Husband and wife, Ken and Ruby, both faced cancer diagnoses. They say the care they've received at the Carl & Dorothy Bennett Cancer Center has been wonderful.
Colorectal Cancer Screening Saves Lives
With preventative measures and regular screenings, you can help to keep your risk of colorectal cancer at bay.
Lung Cancer Screening: Everything You Need to Know
With early detection and screening, your chances for lung cancer survival are greater. Here's what you should know about lung cancer screening.
8 Myths About Breast Cancer, Totally Debunked
There are many myths about breast cancer that turn out untrue. Explore 8 common and surprising breast cancer myths, totally debunked!
Transitioning Back to Wellness After Breast Cancer Treatment
Follow these tips to help you navigate through the roller coaster of emotions that are common after breast cancer treatment.
When Is Weight Loss a Sign of Cancer?
For many cancer patients, unexplained weight loss may be the first noticeable sign of the disease.
Which Cancers Should Men Be Screened For?
Being vigilant about health care screenings is one of the best things you can do to prevent cancers or detect them early, including the most common ones in men.
I Need A Breast Biopsy… Now What?
Having an annual breast screening test can be stressful. But don't panic. Here are few things to keep in mind if you need a breast biopsy.