Tag: Miami Cancer Institute

Defeating Cancer: Immunotherapy Advances on Promising Path

Over the last few years, immunotherapy has evolved into a very promising new frontier for fighting some types of cancers,...

January 23, 2020

At 32, She Didn’t Know About Cervical...

Stephany Goyla found out she had cervical cancer after her first-ever Pap smear at the age of 32. A self-described...

January 22, 2020

Thyroid Cancer: Vital Facts on Detection, Risk...

Until recently, thyroid cancer was the most rapidly rising cancer in the U.S., largely because of increased detection, says the...

January 16, 2020

Some Women at Higher Risk of Dying...

While cervical cancer remains one of the most highly preventable diseases in the U.S., some women may not realize they...

January 14, 2020

U.S. Cancer Deaths Continue Decline With Sharpest...

The 26-year decline in overall U.S. cancer deaths registered a record single-year drop of 2.2 percent between 2016 and 2017,...

January 13, 2020

Miami Cancer Institute Celebrates Proton Therapy Milestone

On Saturday, December 7th, more than 300 people gathered at Miami Cancer Institute to mark a major milestone for the...

January 9, 2020

Recommendations for Cervical Cancer Screenings

New recommendations encourage women to begin cervical cancer screenings at age 21, and earlier for women who are younger than...

January 7, 2020

Pancreatic Cancer: ‘Demystifying’ Its Bad Reputation

Pancreatic cancer has long been known as one of the most lethal forms of cancer. With the disease causing few...

December 17, 2019

Early Detection of Bladder Cancer Gets Boost...

Flexible blue light cystoscopy, a new diagnostic technology available in Florida exclusively at Miami Cancer Institute, is aiding in the...

December 12, 2019

Miami Cancer Institute Pioneers ‘Tumor Treating Fields’...

Miami Cancer Institute has begun implementing an innovative, cancer-fighting wearable device known as Tumor Treating Fields, or TTFields, for patients...

December 11, 2019

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Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute: Committed...

Since its debut in 1989, the International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy (ISET) has been bringing together hundreds of interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons and interventional cardiologists...

Roundup: Belly Fat’s Higher Health Risks;...

‘Belly Fat’ Linked to Higher Risk of Heart Attack or Stroke, New Study Finds For the first time, researchers say they have found a link...

Defeating Cancer: Immunotherapy Advances on Promising...

Over the last few years, immunotherapy has evolved into a very promising new frontier for fighting some types of cancers, sometimes reprogramming a person’s own...

Pneumonia-Like Coronavirus: Healthcare Community Prepares for...

With 2 confirmed cases in the U.S., public health officials nationwide are preparing for a possible outbreak of pneumonia caused by the Novel Coronavirus, which...

At 32, She Didn’t Know About...

Stephany Goyla found out she had cervical cancer after her first-ever Pap smear at the age of 32. A self-described workaholic, Ms. Goyla admits she...

When Does a Runny Nose Require...

After two or three days, clear mucus may change to a white, yellow, or green color. This is is usually a normal process during a...

Meet Ken Davis: A ‘Walking-Talking Miracle’...

An estimated 90 percent of people who suffer an aortic dissection die on the spot. That sobering statistic is why Ken Davis, 64, spends more...

Roundup: ‘Burnout’ Linked to AFib; Blood...

Mental and Physical Exhaustion, or ‘Burnout’, Linked to AFib Heart Condition, Study Says If you feel mental and physical exhaustion regularly — also known as...

Thyroid Cancer: Vital Facts on Detection,...

Until recently, thyroid cancer was the most rapidly rising cancer in the U.S., largely because of increased detection, says the American Cancer Society (ACS). The...

Plant-Based Burgers: Are They Really Better...

Led by the emergence of “fake” burgers from brands like ImpossibleTM Foods and Beyond Meat, plant-based meat is quickly becoming a thing. It can be...