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Treatment Options for Sarcoma

Aug 29, 2017

After receiving the diagnosis that you or a loved one have sarcoma, you may be left wondering what the treatment will be. Dr. Lor Randall, director of Sarcoma Services at Huntsman Cancer Institute, explains the sarcoma treatment options available that can lead to recovery....

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You’ve Been Diagnosed with a Sarcoma. What Now?

Aug 8, 2017

A soft-tissue sarcoma is a group of cancers that take root in the connective tissues in the body. Sarcoma is more common in children than adults, and its treatments can lead to serious life changes. Dr. Lor Randall from Huntsman Cancer Institute explains what exactly a sarcoma is, how doctors test ...

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Dramatic Rise in Colorectal Cancer for People under 50

Jul 12, 2017

Colorectal cancer is thought to be something you’d worry about as you got older, but younger patients are developing the condition. Dr. Andrew Gawron, a gastroenterologist at University of Utah Health, explains what this means for younger adults....

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The Basics of Esophageal Cancer

Jul 4, 2017

The long-term survival of most people diagnosed with late-stage cancer of the esophagus is low. Dr. John Weis, an oncologist at Huntsman Cancer Institute, describes the process of diagnosing esophageal cancer and the traits most commonly associated with the disease....

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What an Appointment with a Genetic Counselor Looks Like

May 24, 2017

A genetic test can reveal a person's vulnerability to cancer or other potential health risks. A genetic counselor is someone who administers genetic testing and consults with patients about how to interpret their test results. Whitney Espinel, a genetic counselor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, ...

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An Enriched Lifestyle Slows Cancer in Mice

May 16, 2017

Mice destined to get cancer live longer when they have plenty of social interactions, mental activity, and exercise. Huntsman Cancer Institute investigator Dr. Melinda Angus-Hill led a research study that revealed this surprising finding. She explains how an enriched lifestyle impacts cancer, what ...

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Diet and Exercise Can Reduce Your Risk of Cancer

May 2, 2017

Up to 30% of all cancers in the United States are related to low physical activity, poor nutrition or excessive weight. These health factors are some of the major in?luences on your chance of developing cancer. Dr. John Sweetenham from Huntsman Cancer Institute shares some minor lifestyle changes ...

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