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Dr. J. Kyle Mathews Sets His Sights on Single Site Surgery

by | December 1st, 2015

Plano Urogynecologist Performs Single Site Hysterectomies, Attends AAGL to Collaborate with Peers Doing the Same Plano, Texas, Dec. 1, 2015 – The American Society of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, AAGL, convened its annual global meeting last month and Dr. J. Kyle Mathews will join fellow surgeons in the shared pursuit of “advancing minimally invasive gynecology worldwide.” This…Read the Rest of Article

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Drastic Doc Fix Proposed by Federal Debt Commission

by | November 11th, 2010

The 2 chairmen of a bipartisan debt-reduction commission appointed by President Barack Obama have proposed a “doc fix” for the Medicare reimbursement crisis that spreads the pain among physicians, Medicare and Medicaid patients, drug companies, and plaintiffs’ attorneys. Physicians face a 23% cut in Medicare rates on December 1 and another on January 1 that…Read the Rest of Article

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15 Cancer Symptoms Women Ignore, WebMD

by | September 14th, 2010

Women tend to be more vigilant than men about getting recommended health checkups and cancer screenings, according to studies and experts.

They’re generally more willing, as well, to get potentially worrisome symptoms checked out, says Mary Daly, MD, oncologist and head of the department of clinical genetics at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.

But not always. Younger women, for instance, tend to ignore symptoms that could point to cancer. “They have this notion that cancer is a problem of older people,” Daly tells WebMD. And they’re often right, but plenty of young people get cancer, too.

Of course, some women are as skilled as men are at switching to denial mode. “There are people who deliberately ignore their cancer symptoms,” says Hannah Linden, MD, a medical oncologist. She is a joint associate member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and associate professor of medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle. It’s usually denial, but not always, she says. “For some, there is a cultural belief that cancer is incurable, so why go there.”

Talking about worrisome symptoms shouldn’t make people overreact, says Ranit Mishori, MD, an assistant professor of family medicine at the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. “I don’t want to give people the impression they should look for every little thing,” she says.

With that healthy balance between denial and hypochondria in mind, WebMD asked experts to talk about the symptoms that may not immediately make a woman worry about cancer, but that should be checked out. Read on for 15 possible cancer symptoms women often ignore.

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