Bringing Awareness with World Cancer Day

Do you know what cancer is the deadliest? Lung cancer kills more people than any other cancer and by a landslide. According to the American Cancer Society and National Cancer Institute, 1.37 million cancer deaths are attributed to lung cancer every year, responsible for 26 percent of women’s cancer deaths and 29 percent of men’s cancer deaths. The next most deadly cancer may be surprising to many, however. Cancers of the stomach causes 736,000 deaths each year. The World Health Organization estimates there will be a total of 13.1 million cancer deaths a year by 2030.


Men & Cancer: Early Detection and What Not to Ignore

Early detection and treatment are key to surviving cancer. Both men and women can greatly improve their outcomes if they recognize the symptoms of cancer early. Would you know what to look for? We have broken down a list for men specifically. Please share this important life-saving information with your friends and family. If you have any questions about these symptoms specific to your health, contact your primary care physician.

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Breastfeeding Reduces Cancer Risk by a Third, New Study

Women with a strong history of breast cancer face few options to preventing the disease.  For those who carry the faulty BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes, giving them an almost 3 in 4 chance of developing breast cancer during their lifetime, a double mastectomy is the price some are willing to pay to avoid breast cancer.  However, a new study finds there is good news for women at such a high risk for breast cancer, and that is the impact of breastfeeding for more than a year.



Changing lives of cancer patients through CancerFIT (Cancer Funtional Independence Training), a new program offered by Hillcrest Exercise & Lifestyle Programs. 
Join the growing movement in cancer care, cancer rehab. 


Cancer Care

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Hillcrest offers a range of oncology services including diagnostic and treatment programs for the cancer patients. Programs include medical chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. The Helmerich Cancer Center offers advanced techniques to help diagnose and identify the disease and its progression.