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Posted: Oct 20, 2020

Breast Density: Why It Matters

Written by SMH Public Information Officer Kim Savage

Do you know how dense your breasts are? If you’re a woman age 40 or older, you should. Breast density is an extremely important factor to consider when screening for breast cancer and can influence decisions you make when scheduling your annual mammogram. 

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Posted: Oct 13, 2020

How to Help a Loved One with Cancer

Written by SMH Oncology Clinical Counselor Elizabeth Bornstein

When someone you care about is living with cancer, it’s natural to want to help and support them. But unless you’ve traveled that road yourself, you may be unsure how to help — or even what to say. Here are some ways you can help and be there for your loved one dealing with cancer.

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Posted: Oct 6, 2020

Yearly Mammograms Save Lives in Women 40 & Up

Written by SMH Copywriter Phil Lederer

Breast cancer is the deadliest form of cancer among women worldwide. But a 15-minute mammogram can help detect breast cancer early, at its most treatable stage. Find out who should get a screening mammogram and when in this blog post.

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Posted: Sep 15, 2020

Managing Chronic Disease with Mindfulness

Written by SMH Rehab Clinical Social Worker Crystal Brooks, LCSW

If you or a loved one are living with chronic disease, then you know all too well the ups and downs that come with long-term disease management. Patients often ask what they can do to improve their recovery and wellness outcomes, and in every case, my advice is to be mindful. Try these tips to start being more mindful and enjoying better health. 

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Posted: Jul 28, 2020

Radiation Therapy in Cancer Treatment

Written by SMH Copywriter Phil Lederer

Thanks to advanced technology, today's radiation therapy delivers a better patient experience and vastly improved accuracy in targeting cancers. Radiation oncologist Kunal Saigal, MD, discusses this new cutting-edge technology and how it's benefiting Suncoast communities in this blog post.

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