What you know can save you. Family health history is information about diseases that run in your family and other factors like diet and lifestyle that may affect your family's health. Knowing this information can help you and your physician partner together to develop a personalized health management plan. In fact, you may be able to … Continue reading Six Family Health History Resources
Doing More with Less: Capturing Adequate Cancer Family History
Every day, oncology clinicians are asked to do more with less. What I mean by this is, reimbursement for many services has gone down or is inadequate, and physicians are asked to do more during a patient visit with less time available. Yesterday I had the wonderful opportunity to present to a local oncology department in … Continue reading Doing More with Less: Capturing Adequate Cancer Family History
Grandma doesn’t always know best.
Turns out cancer is not contagious, breast-feeding does not cause breast cancer, surgery treatment for breast cancer won't cause disease spread, and men can, in fact, get breast cancer. Grandma might have passed down some incorrect information over the years. Today's discussion will focus mainly on breast cancer. Studies have shown that racial and ethnic minority … Continue reading Grandma doesn’t always know best.