Gynecologic Cancer: What You Should Know
Drs. Vaagn Andikyan and Mitchell Clark of Stamford Health’s Women’s Specialty Center reveal the most important things to know about gynecologic cancer and why regular genecology visits are so crucial to your health.
New Lung Cancer Clinical Trial Underway
The Stamford Health Office of Research announces the launch of a new clinical trial for lung cancer in collaboration with the Carl & Dorothy Bennett Cancer Center with Michael Ebright, MD, Director of Thoracic Surgery. Learn more.
SABR: A Radiation Treatment of Choice for Prostate Cancer
SABR is an extremely accurate and effective treatment for prostate cancer that also cuts down on treatment time. Stamford Health's cancer experts reveal more in the blog.
Mark's Story: Clinical Trial with the Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Care Collaborative
Patient, Mark, who recently learned about the Stamford Health/Dana-Farber Brigham and Women's Cancer Care Collaborative, is pleased to receive cutting-edge cancer treatment in Stamford, CT by people who care.
Oncology Care During COVID-19
Count on the physicians, nurses and all the staff at Stamford Health’s Carl & Dorothy Bennett Cancer Center to be here for you. See safety measures we are taking as more in-person appointments become available.
Everything You Need to Know About Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screening
With early detection and screening, your chances for lung cancer survival are greater. Here's what you should know about lung cancer screening.
Top 10 Reasons to Get Your Lungs Screened
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths. But if discovered early, it can be cured. Here's why you should consider screening.
Cancer Genetics Services Available from Home
You can, and should, be proactive about your health if you're curious about your risk of inherited cancers. Stamford Health offers full cancer genetic counseling services during COVID-19.
5 Major Cancer Screening Tests & When to Get Them
It's important for both men and women to know which cancers to get screened for and when. Experts at Stamford Health's Bennett Cancer Center recommend everyone follow these cancer screening guidelines.
I’m BRCA Positive and in my 20s: Now What?
If you're in your 20s and BRCA positive, you can stay informed and protect yourself from breast and ovarian cancers. Sara Bienenfeld, Genetic Counselor at Stamford Health, discusses.