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Kimia Ganjaei, BA Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a very common viral infection that can be acquired from childhood to adulthood. There are many different strains of the virus, and they all live in thin, flat cells called epithelial cells. These cells are found on the skin’s surface and.
Are you the parent of an 11- or 12-year-old? It’s #Time2Vax! Make sure your child gets the three vaccines that protect against infections that cause whooping cough, HPV cancers, and meningitis. We can reduce the risk of our children getting certain cancers later in life by helping them make healthy choices now, including eating a.
Head and Neck Cancer Alliance CEO Holly Boykin will moderate a panel at the upcoming HLTH: The Future of Healthcare event in Las Vegas. The session, entitled A Radical Approach to Oncology Decision Making, will be held May 6, 2018, from 3:10-3:50 pm and explores the possibilities of innovative detection methods in oncology. HLTH is.
Medical and dental centers throughout the U.S. will take part in 20th annual OHANCAW®, April 8-15CHARLESTON, SC, MARCH 23, 2018 – Michael Cooper, LA Lakers legend and an oral cancer survivor, is joining forces with the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance to promote the benefits of screenings and early detection during an annual nationwide campaign.
Dear Friends, Donate Today for a Healthy Tomorrow. #GivingTuesday, November 28th Thanksgiving is a time for reflection. A time of offering our gratitude for life’s bounty, our health, loved ones, friends and so much more. As we join our family and friends in this season of giving, please remember those who continue to struggle as.