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Be a Quitter: Stop Smoking Today

...genetic defects. If you already have children, they’ll appreciate not being surrounded by secondhand smoke – which causes 7,300 lung cancer deaths among non-smokers every single year. Children exposed to secondhand smoke are also more likely to suffer from asthma and allergies. Live longer Quitting now – no matter your...

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Radiation Oncology

...of the most advanced delivery platforms available to deliver image-guided noninvasive radiotherapy and stereotactic body radiation therapy. The TrueBeam™ STx’s enhanced real-time imaging tools allow our multidisciplinary oncology team to see the tumor they are about to treat and visualize it throughout the course of treatment. Since beam delivery is...

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Lung Cancer Screenings Should Be More Routine Than You Think

...lung cancer-related deaths. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms discussed, consult with your medical provider. Visit one of the world-renowned specialists at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center at Keck Medicine of USC to learn more about screenings and how they might benefit you. If you are in...

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Skin Cancer

...truly listening to our patients and discussing your conditions and treatments. At USC Norris, our patients drive the decision-making process. Our multidisciplinary team approach means that our medical, surgical and radiation cancer specialists are conveniently located in one place, coordinating their combined skills and expertise to deliver your plan of...

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International Health

Keck Medicine of USC has designed a unique, personalized service to meet the health care and cultural needs of patients from around the world who require advanced health-care treatment. The International Health Patient Care Services staff along with Keck Medicine physicians, allied health professionals and support personnel are trained to...

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7 Myths About the Most Common Cancer in Women

...with lung cancer dies. The landscape is changing, and now we are seeing survival rates increase. This is due to a new treatment called immunotherapy, wherein patients receive intravenous drugs with limited side effects that are typically associated with chemotherapy. About 20% to 25% of Keck Medicine of USC lung...

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Meet Jorge J. Nieva, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

...drug that may not be on the market for another five to 10 years. I feel that this is my chance to deliver care to a patient that is years ahead of the current state of medicine. It’s like reaching into the future to bring back a drug treatment that...

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...knowledge. In the process, they impact what is taught, thought and practiced throughout the world. Students pursuing advanced degrees in medicine, biomedical research, preventive medicine, among others, work alongside these faculty members, as well as resident physicians and post-doctoral researchers. Under their tutelage, students train for their future scientific careers...

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A Matter of Trust

...wasn’t ridiculously overworked. It wasn’t a ‘bladder mill.’ The difference was stunning. ”After meeting Daneshmand and discussing his cancer, Urish knew had found the right place. “I didn’t realize how much I didn’t trust that first urologist until I met someone I could trust,” said the 54-year-old Santa Ana resident....

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Colorectal Cancer

...panitumumab (Vectibix®) and regorafenib (Stivarga®). Targeted drugs can be given along with chemotherapy or alone. Targeted drugs are typically reserved for people with advanced colon cancer. Some people benefit by targeted drugs, while others don’t. Researchers are trying to determine who is most likely to benefit from targeted drugs. Until...

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