Cedars-Sinai Oncology Welcomes Breastlink’s Dr. Nimmi Kapoor

Integrated Cancer Institute Welcomes Breastlink’s Dr. Nimmi Kapoor

Nimmi Kapoor, MD, a fellowship-trained, board-certified oncology surgeon, has been appointed Medical Director of Breastlink at the Encino Breast Care Center. Breastlink will relocate to the Integrated Cancer Institute upon the opening of its doors next year.

Dr. Julie Huynh Discusses Personal Motivation to Become Doctor

Dr. Julie Huynh

At the age of sixteen, I was volunteering at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County in the recreational therapy department on the oncology floor. It was then that I witnessed what a diagnosis of cancer can do to a child and a family. In many ways, such a diagnosis not only unravels one’s world but also the worlds of those around them.

National Women's Health Week: Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer

Numerous factors impact the possibility that a woman will be confronted with a diagnosis of breast cancer during her life. However, there are steps every woman can take to reduce her risk and promote overall health. This year, for National Women’s Health Week, we would like to share some of the steps you can take lower your risk of breast cancer.

Researchers have identified multiple risk factors that increase a woman’s chances for developing breast cancer.

Melanoma Monday: Frequently Asked Questions About Melanoma

Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. Melanoma, a type of skin cancer, makes up a small percentage of these, but it accounts for a majority of skin cancer deaths. Around 73,000 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed in 2015, according to American Cancer Society estimates. To help promote awareness for Melanoma Monday, here are answers to some frequently asked questions about melanoma.

Head and Neck Cancer Awareness: How Can you Reduce Your Risk

Did you know that March is National Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Month? The term ‘head and neck cancers’ refers to a type of tumor that begins in areas in and around the mouth, throat and nose. Taking healthy steps to reduce risk can prevent many head and neck cancers. Take a moment to raise your awareness of head and neck cancers. More than 55,000 new cases of head and neck cancers will be diagnosed in 2015, according to American Cancer Society.

What Happenes After a Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis?

March is National Colon & Rectum Cancer Awareness Month. This is the second installment of a two part series to promote colorectal cancer awareness.

Receiving a diagnosis of colorectal cancer diagnosis is frightening. Dealing with a diagnosis of any cancer is a challenge and most patients find themselves feeling uncertain and afraid. Fortunately, resources and support are available to patients. Working with a multidisciplinary colorectal cancer treatment team, an informed patient can prepare for the journey ahead.

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