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Understanding Skin Cancer (Non-Melanoma)

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Global Hospitals is one of the leading healthcare brands in India with multi-discipline focus. The hospital offers the latest diagnosis and treatments for all types of cancers, malignancies and tumors. Cancers are caused by cells that grow unchecked and begin to affect the normal functioning of the organs. Some of the different types of cancers include – breast cancer, lung cancer, lukemia, cer…   Read more…

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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Community Resources

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Updated Oct 6, 2010 in Using Navigating Cancer's resources ·
Hope For Two provides information, hope, and peer-to-peer support by telephone and email to women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. Location: National Organization: The Pregnant With Cancer ... more
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Updated Oct 1, 2010 in Using Navigating Cancer's resources ·
Fertile Hope provides reproductive information, support and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility. Location: National Organization: Lance... more
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Uploaded Feb 8, 2010 in Nedda Walkup's resources ·
For year 2005. Drs. Charles Abrams, Bruce Kressel. Russell Rothenberg, and Gordon Hafner.

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Keeping track of medications is important

It's important to disclose all the medications you take to your physician and care team members. Keeping an up-to-date medication record can provide a quick and clear snapshot of your daily meds, reducing the chance of error when more than one physician is involved with your care.

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