Dr. Jennifer Linehan provides insights and perspective for UTI

  • August 11, 2021

In the Media As featured in Health.com, How Do You Get a UTI? Urologists Explain Why These Infections Develop, board-certified…

This Is Your Body on One Kidney

  • January 18, 2021

Some people with advanced kidney cancer may need to have one of their kidneys surgically removed. In most cases, the recovery time after this procedure known as a nephrectomy is only a few weeks. Find out how to live with only one kidney from Jennifer Linehan, M.D., urologic oncologist, and associate professor of urology and urologic oncology, by reading the article in healthcentral.

Actress Tanya Roberts Has Died of a Urinary Tract Infection. How Does a UTI Turn Fatal?

  • January 6, 2021

Actress Tanya Roberts has died of a urinary tract infection. Learn how a UTI can turn fatal from Jennifer Linehan, M.D., urologist and associate professor of urologic oncology, by reading the article in Prevention Magazine.

9 Questions to Ask About Metastatic Melanoma Treatment

  • December 17, 2020

A metastatic melanoma diagnosis can leave you speechless. Trevan Fischer, M.D., surgical oncologist, assistant professor of surgical oncology, and assistant program director of the Complex Surgical Oncology Fellowship program, explains the essential questions to ask your doctor as you start treatment, in an article by Health Central.

Recurrent HCC: Is Repeat Surgery as Effective as Radiofrequency Ablation?

  • December 14, 2020

A new study calculated survival rates for 2 treatment approaches to patients with early stage recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Surgical oncologist Anton Bilchik, MD, PhD, professor of surgery and director of gastrointestinal research at Saint John’s Cancer Institute, at Providence Saint John’s Health Center, comments on the study in an article by MedPage Today.

Yes, men can get breast cancer — here are the symptoms to watch for

  • December 14, 2020

Though rare, men can develop breast cancer and account for about 1 in 100 cases of breast cancer. Learn about the symptoms by reading the Insider article medically reviewed by Crystal Fancher, MD, surgical breast oncologist at the Margie Petersen Breast Center at Providence Saint John’s Health Center and assistant professor at the Saint John’s Cancer Institute.

Supporting Those Left Behind During the Pandemic

  • December 11, 2020

For individuals with a fatal disease like COVID-19 or cancer, death brings an end to suffering. Yet for the loved ones who remain, suffering may endure for years. Santosh Kesari, M.D., Ph.D., Chair and Professor of the Department of Translational Neuro-oncology and Neurotherapeutics, explains the importance of supporting those left behind during the pandemic, in an article by Healthline.

No survival differences with open or laparoscopic surgery for liver metastases

  • November 20, 2020

In colorectal cancer patients with liver metastases, five-year survival appeared to be similar after laparoscopic or open liver resection in a single-center randomized controlled trial. Learn more from Anton Bilchik, M.D., Professor of Surgical Oncology at Saint John’s Cancer Institute Saint John’s Health Center.

Alex Trebek, RBG, John Lewis: Why Pancreatic Cancer Is So Deadly

  • November 13, 2020

Alex Trebek, RBG, and John Lewis were all diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which is one of the deadliest cancers. Dr. Anton Bilchik, a surgical oncologist and professor of surgery, explains why pancreatic cancer continues to be the most challenging cancer to manage, in an article by Healthline.

The Major Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer — and the Symptoms to Watch For

  • November 10, 2020

Learn about prostate cancer risk factors from Przemyslaw Twardowski, MD, professor of medical oncology and urologic oncology, and Director of Clinical Research in the Department of Urology and Urologic Oncology at the Saint John’s Cancer Institute Saint John’s Health Center.