Annual doctor visits typically include some kind of cancer screening tests. These regularly scheduled screening tests give patients the best chance of finding cancer as early as possible. These tests like scans and mammograms can induce anxiety before the tests itself and until the results come back. When negative, no more tests are recommended until…Details
At The Colorado Center For Gynecologic Oncology, our team of highly trained physicians and clinicians is committed to providing the most advanced care for gynecological cancers with access to innovative therapy techniques. Read below for information on a new study that suggests that endometriosis may increase the risk for ovarian cancer. Women with endometriosis are…Details
At The Colorado Center For Gynecologic Oncology, our team of highly trained physicians and clinicians focus on the most advanced stage and difficult vaginal cancer cases. Cervical cancer remains a powerful health threat around the world. Cervical Cancer is the third most common cancer which is more often detected in older patients and younger patients…Details
The Colorado Center for Gynecologic Oncology is excited to share our March Newsletter providing patients with new information, upcoming events and inspiring stories.
By Meghan Perkins, RD, Project Angel Heart Curious about what you can eat to decrease your risk for cancer or to help you or a loved one through cancer treatment? My recommendations for nutrition and cancer are similar to those I give for general well-being and health. However, there are specific aspects of a healthy…Details