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  • 6 Ways to Keep Your Colon Healthy and Cancer-Free 3/11/2020

    Small polyps in your colon can turn into cancer. Here are some ways to prevent colon cancer.

  • Colon Cancer: What You Should Know 3/10/2020

    Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States. Do you know the risk factors, screening recommendations and steps to reduce your risk? Join Raj Gupta, MD, with LeBauer Gastroenterology, a member of Cone Health Medical Group, as he reviews what you should know about colon cancer.

  • w/Jessica - A Young Woman's Journey With Brain Cancer 2/17/2020

    One year after losing her mother to cancer, 25-year-old Jessica Middleton received more devastating news: her own diagnosis of stage 4 brain cancer.

  • It's Time to Quit Smoking and Vaping 11/12/2019

    Did you know that each year more than 480,000 people in the U.S. die from tobacco-related diseases? That’s about 1 in 5 deaths caused by smoking. It’s time to kick the habit – and that includes all tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes and e-cigarettes. Brent McQuaid, MD, with LeBauer Pulmonary Care at Elam and MedCenter High Point, and member of Cone Health Medical Group, shares information to help you quit smoking and improve your health.

  • "There Is Hope!" New Treatments Help Give Breast Cancer Survivors Like Tina Hinshaw Hope 10/21/2019

    Timothy Finnegan, MD, helps one inspiring patient share her cancer journey. Tina Hinshaw used to work designing breast cancer centers. Today, she is on the other side of treatment as a breast cancer patient herself. Learn more about how new advancements in treatment are helping breast cancer patients like Tina have hope. David Williams, MD, continues the conversation about breast cancer by discussing the importance of mammograms, what it means to have dense breast tissue and when you should begin screenings.

  • 5 Steps to Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer 10/8/2019

    It is estimated that approximately 331,530 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. While there are certain risk factors you can’t control, there are steps you can take today to help lower your risk. Gustav C. Magrinat, MD, a medical oncologist with Cone Health Cancer Center at Wesley Long Hospital and member of Cone Health Medical Group, shares 5 ways to help reduce your risk for breast cancer.

  • Making Sense of Mammograms: Why Are They Important? 10/3/2019

    Mammograms can help you detect breast cancer early – even before you experience other symptoms. Here’s what you need to know about mammograms.

  • Women Supporting Women: Stories from the Women's Only 5K 9/30/2019

    2 Your Well-Being features inspiring individuals who take part in the Women’s Only 5K Walk & Run.

  • Prostate Cancer: When Should You Be Screened? 9/23/2019

    Robin Bass, RN, BSN, OCN, talks about what you should know about prostate cancer, including risk factors and screening recommendations.

  • What Men of All Ages Should Know About Prostate Cancer 9/10/2019

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. It’s important for men of all ages and the women in their lives to understand the risk factors, symptoms and screening recommendations for prostate cancer. Lester Borden, MD, Cone Health Genitourinary Cancer Medical Director, reviews what you should know about prostate cancer.