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Holly

In 2011, I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. While no one ever wants to hear that…

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Holly

In 2011, I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. While no one ever wants to hear that they have cancer, I’m glad my doctors…

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Sheryl

I remember the day I was told I had rectal cancer, not only because it’s such life-changing news, but it was also April Fool’s Day. How could a seemingly…

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Patient Leaders Visit Capitol Hill

Last week, patient leaders joined Right Scan Right Time for a Capitol Hill fly-in! These delegates from Alabama, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New…

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Maria

I’ll always remember the day. On July 16, 2010, I was sitting alone in my doctor’s office, waiting for the results of a recent colonoscopy….

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Election Update: What the Midterms Mean for Medical Imaging

The midterm elections are over, finally!  While Democrats managed to regain leadership of the House, Republicans picked up three seats in the Senate – effectively solidifying their…

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Juliana

This past January, I received a diagnosis that would change my life forever. I learned I had  Stage III colorectal cancer that would require surgery and…

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Randy Broad

In 2008, I got news that would change my life forever. After suffering from a nagging cough for years, I woke up one morning coughing…

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Tell President Trump: Tariffs Raise Health Costs

Surging healthcare costs. Cuts to healthcare innovation. Uncertainty as politicians play chicken with our economy. The President has stated that the goal of the proposed…

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