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Cancer is not planned. No one is ever ready for it. Often the subject is even complex and confusing. At Central Care Cancer Center, we understand that. So we created Cancer Explained. An educational podcast talking about the risks, signs, symptoms and treat options for specific cancers. Cancer Explained with Central Care.
 
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Stomach, Esophageal and Pancreatic cancers are all silent killers. These cancers spread early and are typically detected late – meaning, you could have a sizeable cancer before it starts giving you trouble. Hear more from Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo, on the risk factors and symptoms for these cancer. Also find out how HPV is the new risk…
 
November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer symptoms may not show right away, and when they do, the cancer has advanced. If you are eligible, screening for lung cancer with annual low-dose CT scans can reduce the lung cancer death rate by up to 20 percent by detecting tumors at early stages when they are more likely to be curable.…
 
What are you feeling for when doing a breast self-check? Why is it important to have the breast squeezed during a mammogram? What are estrogen receptors? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Get the answers to these questions from Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo, as well as learn about genetic screening, triple-negative breast c…
 
Cancers that affect women are highlighted in the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center. September is Ovarian and Uterine Cancer Awareness Months, so Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses ovarian, uterine and cervical cancers. Listen for how she describes what animal a woman’s reproductive system resembles! Le…
 
Men are the focus in this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo highlights cancers that affect men, such as prostate, bladder and testicular. Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. Find out why the bladder is like a ‘hat’ for a man’s prostate. And just like …
 
Why is receiving cancer treatment close to your home important? What type of annual screenings are encouraged for men and for women? What is a genetic screening and am I a candidate for it? Should I get a second opinion on my cancer diagnosis? Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo has answers to these questions and more, all in the latest edition o…
 
Lung cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in both men AND women (not counting skin cancer). Screening for lung cancer with annual low-dose CT scans among those at high risk can reduce the lung cancer death rate by up to 20 percent by detecting tumors at early stages when they are more likely to be curable. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo disc…
 
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo with Central Care Cancer Center, discusses the most common skin cancers, what to look for on your skin, the ABCDE’s of Melanoma, moles and skin tags. Also find out what slip, slop, slap and slide means! All in the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care …
 
1 in 16 Americans are diagnosed with lung cancer in their lifetime and it can affect anyone, regardless of gender or ethnicity. Screening for lung cancer is key, especially if you are prime candidate. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses who qualifies for lung cancer screenings, as well as the stages, treatment options and lung cancer su…
 
In this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center, Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses the risk factors, symptoms and treatment options for stomach and pancreatic cancers. She also explains how the risks of esophageal cancer used to be tobacco, alcohol and reflux, but now it may be more hereditary and involve a new thr…
 
Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses not only bladder, kidney and testicular cancers, but also describes the location and function of the kidneys, the importance of drinking water, how blood in the urine is never ok, and that men should also do regular self-checks for lumps in their testicles - all in the latest edition of Cancer Explain…
 
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses symptoms, risk factors and treatment options for the various diagnoses of breast cancer. Also, the importance of breast self-exams and annual mammograms, and how men are at risk too for breast cancer in the latest Cancer Explained with Central Care Ca…
 
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. In the US, colorectal cancer is the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses further the importance of early detection, having a colonoscopy, and knowing what the symptoms and treatment options are for colorectal cancer, all in …
 
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses the importance of getting a complete pelvic exam, cervical cancer risks and treatment options, HPV, and HPV Vaccinations in Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.LeAnn による
 
About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer during his lifetime. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses further the importance of screening for prostate cancer (PSA and digital rectal exam) as well as symptoms, family history risk factors, and treatment options in Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.…
 
Head and neck cancers are more common than you think. And, it isn’t just smoking or alcohol that cause most head and neck cancers…it’s HPV as well. Learn more about the signs and symptoms for head and neck cancers, and about leukoplakia from Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo in this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.…
 
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