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10 Years Later Esophageal Cancer Survivor Speaks Out

A heart-felt story about the human condition that inspires kindness: take one. Meet Peter Markham, a published author, and film…

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Annie Gives Birth With Stage-4 Colon Cancer

After 3 surgeries, her second child, and ongoing chemotherapy, Annie is still battling cancer 3 years later. Annie Clausen, age…

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Stand Up to Cancer with Dr. Anton Bilchik, Co-leading the Colorectal Cancer Health Equity Dream Team

Colon cancer is increasingly becoming a younger person’s disease, with 1 in 5 of 20–50-year-olds having colon cancer, according to…

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Dr. Bilchik performs GIST surgery at Saint John’s Health Center

Prostate cancer survivor diagnosed with rare form of stomach cancer quickly metastasized to the liver John Currado’s medical prostate team,…

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Neuroendocrine Tumors That Metastasize To The Liver

Neuroendocrine Tumors and Their Survivors Kathleen Spinosa was told she had 6 to 12 months to live when she was…

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Is Heartburn a Sign of Esophageal (Gastric) Cancer?

What is Heartburn? GERD (heartburn) can be scary if you are not aware of what is happening. So what exactly…

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Colon Cancer and young adults: What you need to know

Colon Cancer in Young Adults Colon cancer in young adults is on the rise as rates of people diagnosed over…

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Recognized As A High Performing Hospital for Procedures and Conditions

2020 – 2021 High Performing Hospital We are excited to announce the U.S. News and World Report recognized Providence Saint…

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Men’s Health Awareness

To all the men out there…this one’s for you! The month of June has been deemed “Men’s Health Month” and…

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Questions to Ask Your Doctor if You’re Diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States for men and women combined, according…