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Category: Cancer

Tablet screen depicting technology associated with cancer clinical trials.

December 11, 2017

Cancer Clinical Trials Don’t Have to Be a Last Resort

Learn how you can play a more active role in your treatment and help other patients, too.

Cancer, Clinical Trials

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Graphic of stick person looking down a path to different treatment options.

December 11, 2017

Expert Help for Patients at Risk of Kidney Cancer

UNC’s von Hippel-Lindau Comprehensive Clinical Care Center treats familial syndromes with predispositions of kidney cancer.

Cancer, Physicians

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November 20, 2017

How Mohs Surgery Is Changing the Way Skin Cancer Is Treated

This specialized technique can be performed in a doctor’s office rather than an operating room

Cancer, Dermatology, Skin Health

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Image of a patient and doctor having a conversation.

October 18, 2017

Should I Get Tested for the Cancer Gene?

Hereditary risks can be tested, giving you information and power to protect yourself—if you decide you want to know

Cancer, Genetics

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Picture of Man

October 16, 2017

4 Things to Know About Breast Cancer in Men

Breast cancer in men is rare, but it does happen. Seeking treatment early could prevent it from spreading.

Breast Cancer, Cancer

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