Cancer Demystified: Cancer Screening Can Save Lives

“As I approach my mid-50s, I realize there are health issues I am expected to monitor. Procedures such as colonoscopy and annual PSA tumble out of my doctor’s mouth interspersed with Latin terms, words I am unfamiliar with and have rarely if ever encountered. I have...

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Cancer Demystified: Some Cancers Can Metastasize

“My dad had prostate cancer years ago. During his yearly checkup, one of his blood levels came back abnormal. His doctor ordered a CAT scan and a bone scan, which came back showing cancer in his bones. Does he have bone cancer? How long can he live with this?” A...

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“Incredible” Tax-Free Charitable Contributions

Commentary: ‘Incredible’ Tax-Free Charitable IRA Distributions Soon To Sunset Heads up for those of you out there who are past the “magical” age of 70 ½. An incredible tax break will soon sunset, and you should plan accordingly. On Jan. 2, 2013, President Barack Obama...

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Cancer Concentration Camp

The cancer battle is not only a physical battle.  It is mental warfare. When I was told “you have cancer” my lifestyle framework in that moment was forever changed.  Some of the changes have been for the better.  But at times, it feels like I am stuck in a...

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Skin Cancer Screenings

The Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House will host free skin cancer screenings from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday at the house, 3324 S. M St. The event is part of Melanoma Monday recognition and DWRCSH’s annual Sun SMART skin cancer prevention program. The program...

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