Tag: cancer

Physician Video Profile: Daniel Douce, MD (Hematology and Oncology)

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 29, 2020

My name is Daniel Douce. I’m a physician specializing in hematology and oncology, and I will be working in St. Joseph and Niles, Michigan. We have a general oncology clinic, so some of our most common types of cancer would be breast cancer, lung cancer, and colon cancer, but we’ll also see more rare types […]

Molecular Glues as Medicine

Molecular Glues as Medicine

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments February 29, 2020

Molecular glues were discovered by nature. Some plant hormones and antibiotics work by sticking proteins together and act as molecular glues. We actually feel that this is something that in nature is exploited a lot. A molecular glue is a small molecule that sticks proteins together. It can stick a protein to itself, or to […]

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients with colon or rectal cancer

A physician’s thoughts and tips for patients with colon or rectal cancer

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments February 26, 2020

Most people who come in with colon cancer, surgery will be the first thing in the treatment plan for them. The surgeon will order blood tests to look for levels of the cancer in the blood. They will order a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis. And occasionally they’ll also order a PET/CT. In […]

What is the Whipple procedure? – UChicago Medicine
Common Types of Breast Cancer – Mayo Clinic

Common Types of Breast Cancer – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 6 Comments January 6, 2020

While breast cancer can occur in any part of your breasts, it is more likely to be found in the ducts and lobules. Ductal breast cancer starts in the cells that line the milk ducts. Lobular breast cancer starts in the cells that line the lobules. Breast cancer is also described based on how likely […]

This Is Stanford Hospital & Clinics

This Is Stanford Hospital & Clinics

By Bryan Wright 5 Comments January 6, 2020

Here at Stanford, we are an internationally known, leading academic medical center. We bring together the best and the brightest and some of the most talented people there are in the world. We have an amazing culture of innovation, and we take that innovative spirit, and in everything that we do, we try to think […]

Ryan Berglund, MD | Cleveland Clinic Urology
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5 signs in prostate cancer & physician’s view on its test methods

5 signs in prostate cancer & physician’s view on its test methods

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 3, 2020

My name is Ian Millard. I’m 79 years of age. I underwent surgery on the 25th of January, 2017. My GP… He was the person who over a number of years had been tracking my… with my annual blood tests, had been tracking my PSA But he noted that it all of a sudden was […]

Cancer Health Disparities | Did You Know?

Cancer Health Disparities | Did You Know?

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments January 3, 2020

[Music] Did You Know Video Series from the National Cancer Institute– Cancer Health Disparities Did you know that certain population groups in the United States suffer more from cancer and its effects? This is called cancer health disparities. These bars show the number of new diagnoses and cancer deaths per 100,000 people for all types […]