If you’ve caught and recovered from COVID-19, you might be wondering
what that means. Are you immune to the virus now? Can you go out in
public without wearing a mask? Is it safe to travel or attend large
gatherings? Do you still need to practice social distancing?
We checked with our Chief Infection Control Officer Roy Chemaly, M.D. He shared these five Dos and Don’ts to help guide you.
1. DON’T assume...
Steve Castellaw got much more than a haircut when he went to see his stylist. He also got the first clue that led to his lung cancer diagnosis...
Male breast cancer is extremely rare. About 1% of breast cancers in the United States occur in males. But certain men do run the risk of getting breast cancer. Men who are at risk, or who have symptoms of breast cancer, may need to get a mammogram.
We talked to Gary Whitman, M.D., in Breast Imaging about male breast cancer and what men can expect during a mammogram. Here’s what he had to say.
How do men get mammograms...