Charlie’s Story: ‘Listen To Your Body And Act On It’

Fewer than 1 percent of breast cancer patients are men – a statistic that often causes symptoms to go unnoticed for far too long. Thanks to his observant wife, Patti, that didn’t happen to Charlie Smith of Clayton. One evening, when Charlie took his shirt off, Patti noticed that his nipple was inverted. “That doesn’t…

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Get the Facts On Prostate Cancer: Screening, Diagnosis, Treatment

What do you know about cancer? For starters, it’s the most common cancer among men, except for skin cancer. An estimated 191,930 American men will be newly diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. On the positive side, “the outlook for men who have prostate cancer is fantastic,” says David Key, urologist with Dayton Physicians Network…

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