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The Ins and Outs of Colon Cancer: The Who, What, When about Screening
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The Ins and Outs of Colon Cancer: The Who, What, When about Screening

Colorectal cancer remains the third most common (non-skin) cancer diagnosed in America, and it is one of the cancers that is gender indiscriminate, which means men and women are equally likely to be diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer (4.7% of men and 4.4% of women). While the curve is trending down in terms of … Continue reading

How Accurate are Hospital-related TV Shows?
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How Accurate are Hospital-related TV Shows?

While it’s true that Sacred Heart Hospital (Scrubs), Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital (Grey’s Anatomy) and County General Hospital (ER) are all fictional hospitals, it can get tricky discerning fact from fiction in these shows. Television medical drama has come a long way since Marcus Welby, MD, but it’s not exactly reality TV either. Do the actors … Continue reading