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Small Breast Sizes Are Also at Risk of Breast Cancer

Feb 19, 2020

When it comes to developing breast cancer, size does not matter. A smaller breast does not lead to a smaller risk of developing a tumor. Women's health expert, Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones speaks with breast imaging specialist Dr. Helene Mrose about what really impacts the chances of developing breast cancer and the importance of getting a cancer screening.

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New Treatment Available for Urethral Strictures

Feb 19, 2020

A urethral stricture can seriously impact a man’s life. Previous treatments available had low success rate, but there are new options available to treat the condition. Dr. Jeremy B. Myers talks about the causes of urethral strictures and what urologists can do to fix them.

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Did Scientists Really Find a Universal Cancer Treatment?

Feb 12, 2020

Headlines are talking about a new one-size-fits-all type of cancer treatment. Are these claims real or are they just hype? Dr. John Phillips, professor of hematology at University of Utah Health has been involved with the potentially groundbreaking research. Learn more about what this study really means for cancer treatment and patients.

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How to Protect Yourself From the Coronavirus

Feb 10, 2020

Is COVID-19 really as dangerous as it’s portrayed in the media? How can you best protect yourself from getting sick? Emergency physician Dr. Troy Madsen explains why coronavirus is closer to a really bad flu and how taking typical flu-season precautions can keep you from becoming infected.

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