Archives: May 2020

  • Dr. Deepti Kallam Explains What Patients Can Do To Lower Their Colorectal Cancer Risk

    May 14, 2020
    Irving, Texas – May 14, 2020 –Most colorectal cancers begin as abnormal growths within the rectum or colon. The polyps can stay in the colon for years before turning into cancer. Colorectal cancer may not present symptoms in the early stages.If precancerous polyps in the colon are pinpointed and removed early, the patient will be free from colorectal cancer. “Although...read more
  • How Cancer Makes You Susceptible to COVID-19

    Cancer can attack and neutralize your immune system, causing your tumor to grow and spread across the body. Once you are diagnosed with cancer, you become vulnerable to other illnesses. The body's immune system has a network of cells, tissue, organs, and proteins that are always ready to attack damaged cells, viruses, and germs. The immune cells are divided into...read more
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease can Increase Lung Cancer Risk in Non-Smokers

    People who don't smoke but have a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are at a higher risk of developing lung cancer. Their risk is likened to that of smokers who have no chronic lung disease. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is known to increase the risk of lung cancer, with smoking being the major risk factor for both COPD and lung...read more
  • Comprehensive Breast Cancer Care from Advanced Facilities and Expert Teams

    Breast cancer requires treatment in a multidisciplinary setting. Different medical professionals and specialists come together to develop a treatment strategy that will work for each patient. Our center brings together expert oncologists in advanced cancer therapy and supportive care professionals to ensure a patient has an effective treatment plan. Our professional team of breast specialists comprises surgeons, certified specialists in...read more

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