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National Minority Cancer Awareness Month

April is National Minority Cancer Awareness Month. It’s important to raise awareness about disparities in our healthcare system. Minorities are often more likely to get diagnosed and die from certain types of cancers than Caucasians, and there are a few different reasons for this. We spoke with Dr. Rachel Kyung and Dr. Lasika Seneviratne to get more information. Dr. Kyung takes a special interest in oncologic care within the minority population, especially with east Asian & Hispanic populations, since she is Korean in heritage and speaks both Korean & Spanish.

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Tips For Cancer Patients: Handling Information Overload

If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, it can be a lot to handle at once. You're going through treatment and figuring out how your life will change. But there's also an abundance of information about what might happen in the future, making it hard to keep up with everything.

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Skin Cancer Prevention Tips

Skin cancer, or the abnormal growth of skin cells, most commonly develops due to skin exposure to harmful UVA and UVB rays, often from sunlight.

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Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

This Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, let's raise awareness and encourage men to actively lookout for signs of cancer and prioritize their testicular health.

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Stress Awareness Month: Stress Management During Cancer Treatments

It's especially hard for those fighting cancer and undergoing treatments to keep their stress in check. However, it's essential to ensure you're taking care of your mental and physical health. So the team has some great tips for you.

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