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    • SEPTEMBER 11, 2015
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    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    In February 2013, my best friend and man in my life was diagnosed with rectal cancer. After the tears and the first waves of depression passed we had to figure out how to carry on each day. We institutionally agreed with each other that we would not let the cancer interfere with our lives anymore

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    • MAY 1, 2015
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    May Is Melanoma & Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    May Is Melanoma & Skin Cancer Awareness Month

    Do you know the ABCDEs of Melanoma? A – Asymmetrical Shape* Melanoma lesions are often irregular, or not symmetrical, in shape. Benign moles are usually symmetrical.   B – Border Typically, non-cancerous moles have smooth, even borders. Melanoma lesions usually have irregular borders that are difficult to define.   C – Color The presence of

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    • SEPTEMBER 2, 2014
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    Join QMA In ‘Making Strides Against Breast Cancer’!

    Join QMA In ‘Making Strides Against Breast Cancer’!

    Queens Medical Associates just signed up for a really important event, American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Making Strides events bring together millions of people in more than 300 communities nationwide to help finish the fight against breast cancer. Thanks in part to the American Cancer Society, and people who signed up

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    • MARCH 25, 2014
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    Let’s Leave Out The Word “Cancer”

    Cancer is perhaps the most frightening word a patient can hear. In a recent interview, Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society, discussed redefining cancer to reduce unnecessary treatment. The issue has been raised before but there is new emphasis on the problem. The two best examples are in breast and

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