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Your browser does not support the audio tag. The Colonoscopy: A Life-Saving Screening Tanicia Haynes, Nurse Practitioner with Occupational Health, asks Dr. Roberta Muldoon, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Colon and Rectal Surgery from the Division of General Surgery, about the importance of colonoscopies and tips on how to prepare for a colonoscopy.
What You Need to Know About Cervical Cancer Dr. Ronald Alvarez, Professor & Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at VUMC, discusses the basics of cervical cancer, including risk factors, symptoms, screening, prevention, and resources available at Vanderbilt and within the community. Begin Transcript Marissa Wertheimer: Welcome to this edition of the Vanderbilt University Health and Wellness Wellcast. I am Marissa Wertheimer with Health Plus. I am here today with Dr.
Lung Cancer Screening Kim Sandler, Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiological Sciences and Co-Director of the Vanderbilt Lung Screening Program disucsses lung cancer screening. Learn more about the Vanderbilt Lung Screening Program. Begin Transcript Laura Osterma
Breast Cancer Awareness Katherine "Katie" Sibler Nurse Practitioner of the Vanderbilt Breast Center at 100 Oaks talks about Breast Cancer Detection and Prevention.
Protect The Skin You're In! Plastic surgery nurse practitioner Marcia Spear discusses how to reduce the risk of skin cancer caused by sun exposure.
Medication is commonly used to help smokers quit. There is no magic formula to determine who needs medication. If you smoke more than a pack a day, have had significant withdrawal symptoms during previous quit attempts, or have
Self Help Resources Sometimes all you need are the right tools. Here are some helpful resources that anyone can use to make quitting just a little easier.
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