Matthew Siegel, MD

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Meet Dr. Matthew Siegel, a medical oncologist with Edward Hematology Oncology Group. Dr. Siegel is board certified in hematology, oncology and internal medicine. He earned his medical degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, where he also completed his residency. He completed fellowship training at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. Don’t miss Dr. Siegel's Healthy Driven blogs!

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Number of Posts: 9
Contributor Since: 3/2/2016
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How to make a colonoscopy more comfortable

March 01, 2022
When it comes to preventing and detecting colon cancer, no screening option is more effective than a colonoscopy.

Should low-risk prostate cancer be treated or monitored?

June 27, 2018
Why do many recent studies say men who are diagnosed with a low-risk prostate cancer can take a wait and see approach?

A PSA on the PSA test: men, keep this in mind

May 09, 2018
Screening tests are important because they can detect potential diseases or health disorders in people without any sign of disease. But what if a...

Fecal matters: An at-home alternative to a colonoscopy

December 13, 2017
Does just thinking about getting a colonoscopy make you nervous? Fear no more.

Overcoming pain caused by cancer

November 30, 2016
Pain caused by cancer can be challenging, but there are a variety of ways to manage discomfort.

6 tips to fight the fear of cancer returning

August 03, 2016
Living with uncertainty is not easy, but it is very common especially within the first year of survivorship.
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