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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men; however, most men with prostate cancer are over 65 and do not die of the disease. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2019 there will be about 174,650 new cases of prostate cancer and about 31,620 deaths from prostate cancer. There is a screening

Cancer Men’s Health Prostate Cancer

Vermont is Losing The Battle Against Melanoma

Our state has the second highest incidence of melanoma in the United States. This is a silver medal we don’t want to win again. Come join Larry Sudbay and Dr. Melanie Bui at Phoenix Books this Thursday, August 1, to see what the UVM Medical Center is doing about it. Click here to learn more

Cancer Skin Cancer

All About Sunscreen

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month.  The first lines of defense are avoidance of UV radiation, finding shade, and using sun protective clothing. Whatever skin is exposed after these measures should get sunscreen. Why do I need sunscreen? Did you know that Vermont has the 2nd highest incidence of melanoma in the country?1 About 90% of

Cancer Wellness Skin Cancer

Testicular Cancer: The Most Common Cancer Among Men 20-25 Years Old

It’s Testicular Cancer Awareness Month—a great opportunity to build awareness for this rare cancer that mostly affects young men. Today, it is a largely survivable disease. That’s why early detection is so important. Testicular cancer is THE most common cancer in young men ages 20-35 years old. The average age at the time of diagnosis

Cancer

Colon Cancer: The Latest Research and Screening Options

The American Cancer Society estimates 97,220 new cases of colon cancer and 43,030 new cases of rectal cancer will be diagnosed in 2018. It is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, but it is one of only a few cancers that may be prevented through screening, and when found at

Cancer Podcasts

Disrupting Leukemia

New, more effective approaches to treat children diagnosed with certain types of leukemia may be possible thanks to innovative research at University of Vermont Children’s Hospital and UVM Cancer Center, led by Jessica Heath, MD. 

Children's Health Cancer Leukemia

24 Years Old and Six Weeks Pregnant…With a Cancer Diagnosis

When it was confirmed that I was pregnant with my second child, I couldn’t have been happier. I was so excited that I didn’t think much of the “dark spot” they saw in my ultrasound. The OB referred me to see surgeon Dr. Moore, where he did a rectal scope to take a biopsy of

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Orthorexia: A New Eating Disorder?

A new eating disorder is getting noticed by healthcare providers. Orthorexia refers to an obsession with proper or healthful eating. People with orthorexia become so fixated on healthy eating that they actually do damage to their own well-being. Orthorexia is not formally recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, but awareness is growing. Dr. Amy

Cancer Podcasts

Eight-Year Old Cancer Survivor Urges Giving to Help "Other Kids Like Me"

Eleanor Wallace-Broduer, 8, a third grade student at Grand Isle Elementary and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Champion for Vermont, raises money for the UVM Children’s Hospital.

Cancer Children's Health Patient Stories

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