You may have heard that the mercury in dental fillings is of concern as a possible cause of cancer. But, the next time you find yourself in the dentist chair, you can rest assured that scientific evidence points otherwise.
We continue with our posts for Cervical Cancer Awareness Month by sharing some information on the signs and symptoms of cervical cancer. As Dr. Frederick explains in this video, early-stage cervical cancer seldom presents with symptoms. For more information, visit the National Cancer Institute's What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer online resource.
All this week we will be featuring posts from Dr. Peter Frederick in recognition of January as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. In this video, Dr. Frederick, Gynecologic Oncologist and Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Department of Gynecologic Oncology, shares an overview of what women should know about this disease.
Should boys and men be vaccinated against the HPV virus the same as adolescent girls? Dr. Martin Mahoney of Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Cancer Prevention office offers his thoughtful contribution to this sometimes debated issue.
Continue your cancer prevention efforts with help from Dr. James Marshall, Chairman of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences at RPCI. Learn about Dr. Marshall's Top-3 guide to staying healthy and curbing your cancer risks in 2012.
The New Year brings with it new opportunity, new hope, and another chance to start fresh with a healthier lifestyle. While there is no single, magical way to prevent all types of cancer, many healthy-living changes can help reduce your risk for several different types of cancers.