Preventing Colorectal Cancer TogetherRandall A. Oyer, MD
Medical Director, Cancer Program
Working with your medical team to make lifestyle changes and follow screening guidelines, you can help prevent colorectal cancer. Read more.
Let’s Make Colonoscopy a ConversationFiona M. Gaunay, MD
LG Health Physicians Surgical Group
Cancer is a diagnosis no patient ever wants to hear, and no physician ever wants to deliver. The good news is, the majority of times, colon cancer can be treated with the goal of a cure...especially when discovered early through a colonoscopy. Read more.
Colonoscopy Prep doesn't have to be that BadJ. David Horwhat, MD
If you're 50 or older, you probably know you should get a colonoscopy. But if you're like many people, you're putting off this life-saving test because of the prep. 9 tips to make prep tolerable. Read more.
Testing for Colon Cancer at HomeWhile colonoscopy is the gold standard, tests you can take at home detect blood and DNA mutations that may indicate colorectal cancer. Read more.
Better Eating for Cancer PreventionMaking some simple diet and lifestyle changes could greatly reduce your risk of developing cancer. Just remember your A-B-Cs. Read more.
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