Most cancers originate in a specific part of the body, such as the lung, breast or brain. Leukemia is different in the sense that it is a cancer of the blood, as McLeod Oncologist James Smith, MD explains.
The many advances in treatments for Leukemia make this one of the most survivable cancers. McLeod Oncologist Dr. James Smith explains treatments for the two most common types of Leukemia – Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) and Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML).
In the last decade, multiple advancements are increasing long-term survival for women with breast cancer. These advancements have included improvements in imaging technology, enhanced surgical techniques and new discoveries in oncology.
“The hidden medical epidemic that few women have been willing to talk about,” said an article in The Washington Post about Pelvic Organ Prolapse in older women. Yet, the article noted that – some unknown reason – there was a shift around 2015, according to the Women’s Health Foundation.
Parents are well aware of the power of ultrasound testing to see their baby developing. Vascular specialists also use ultrasound technology to see problems developing in your veins. McLeod Vascular Specialist Gabor Winkler, MD explains.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common hand problems treated by McLeod Seacoast Orthopedic Specialist David Lukowski, MD – but finger joint replacements are becoming more common these days, as well.