Routine visit to gynecologist saves Burr Ridge woman’s life

June 21, 2018
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
Yvonne Kash, of Burr Ridge, did everything right. Little did she know that one of her last routine exams before she turned 65 would save her life.

New hope for women with advanced-stage ovarian cancer

June 13, 2018
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
The New England Journal of Medicine reports longer survival rates related to intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC).

My Pap test came back abnormal. Should I be worried?

June 06, 2018
An abnormal Papanicolaou test, or Pap test, can mean a number of different things.

Is a new spot on your skin melanoma?

May 30, 2018
You’ve probably been told to check your skin for any changes, like a new bump, blemish or dark, unsightly mole, but you should also check your skin...

There’s no one size fits all in cancer treatment

May 23, 2018
Why should two people with the same type of cancer be treated the same? Especially when we each have our own unique genetic makeup?

What we learn from seeing a loved one battle cancer

May 16, 2018
by Edward-Elmhurst Health
It can be hard to look at the glass half-full once your family member has dealt with cancer.
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