You’ve Been Diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Now What?
Hearing the words “You have breast cancer” (or any kind of cancer) can be emotionally destructive. You hear the words but your mind is overcome by a tidal wave of questions and feelings.
Breast Cancer Breakthroughs and Advances in Detection, Treatment
In the last decade, multiple advancements are increasing long-term survival for women with breast cancer. These advancements have included improvements in imaging technology, enhanced surgical techniques and new discoveries in oncology.
A Great Tool for Diagnosing Vein Problems
Parents are well aware of the power of ultrasound testing to see their baby developing. Vascular specialists also use ultrasound technology to see problems developing in your veins. McLeod Vascular Specialist Gabor Winkler, MD explains.
Hand Problems: Arthritic Fingers, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common hand problems treated by McLeod Seacoast Orthopedic Specialist David Lukowski, MD – but finger joint replacements are becoming more common these days, as well.