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The Early Signs of Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the number one cancer diagnosis in American men. Do you know the early signs of prostate cancer? Read this blog to learn more!

If you Had Breast Cancer You Should Know About Recurrence

Cancer recurrence is a real possibility for breast cancer patients. Discover more about cancer recurrence by reading this blog.

I Keep Feeling “Prickly Heat”—Is This a Common Side Effect of Chemotherapy?

Many cancer patients experience physical changes that catch them off guard. One of the possible changes is "prickly heat". Find out more about prickly heat in this new blog.

Are the Effects of Chemotherapy Cumulative?

A common question asked by those undergoing cancer treatment is whether or not the effects of chemotherapy are cumulative. Find out in this new blog.

The Hidden Benefits of Green Tea, Turmeric, and Broccoli Sprouts

Are you looking for diet tips that will help you prevent cancer? Find out how to fight off cancer through foods in this new blog.

Dealing with the Uncertainty of a 50/50 Prognosis

The 5-year survival rate for some cancers is 50%, so even when patients recover…they don’t feel like they’re out of the woods. Here’s what they’re dealing with.

How to Comfort a Friend Who's Been Diagnosed with Cancer

How do we support a loved one after a cancer diagnosis? Today, Medical Arts Radiology wants to empower us to comfort our loved ones—learn more on our blog!

What Is the Rarest Form of Cancer?

It’s Rare Diseases Day, so we’re discussing highly rare (but still highly treatable) cancers. Visit our blog to learn about the rarest cancer in the world.

Good News: Cancer Rates Continue to Decline

Today, Medical Arts Radiology discusses a report that cancer deaths are declining—good news that can be attributed to good medical practice.

Why We Should Wear Sunscreen Year-Round

If we don’t protect ourselves from the sun’s rays, it will increase our cancer risk—no matter the weather, the cloud cover, or the season. Learn more here.