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Head & Neck Cancer Awareness

Head & Neck Cancer Awareness

Head and neck cancers account for nearly 4 percent of all cancers in the United States, the National Cancer Institute reported. Alcohol and tobacco use are major risk factors for head and neck cancers. Infection with cancer-causing types of human papillomavirus (HPV) also increases a person’s risk of certain head and neck cancers.

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Bismarck/Mandan Celebrate Project Hope 2020

Bismarck/Mandan Celebrate Project Hope 2020

The Bismarck Cancer Center’s Project HOPE will take place July 27-31. Project HOPE is a community wellness event designed by the Bismarck Cancer Center to educate businesses and their employees about healthy lifestyles, cancer prevention and early detection. In addition, Project HOPE enables employees to give hope to cancer patients and their families affected by the disease.

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Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

***UPDATE June 26, 2020*** We continue to put the safety of our patients and employees at the forefront of all of our efforts. Beginning Monday, June 29, our visitor policy has changed and we will now allow one guest to accompany our patients to their appointments....

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What is Survivorship?

What is Survivorship?

A person who has had cancer is commonly called a cancer survivor. “Co-survivor” is sometimes used to describe a person who has cared for a loved one with cancer.

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Ask a Pro

Ask a Pro

ASK A PRO With Dr. Cole Kreofsky, Radiation Oncologist Q: I just finished up treatment for colon cancer last month.  I’m wondering when I’m considered a survivor? A: An individual diagnosed with cancer is considered a survivor from the moment of diagnosis through the...

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Tips to drink more water

Tips to drink more water

Your body is about 70% water, and drinking enough of it is vital for optimal health. While everyone knows that it’s essential to stay hydrated, doing so can be challenging at times.

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BCCF Transportation Assistance

BCCF Transportation Assistance

“I was only working 1/2 days so I wasn’t receiving my full paycheck,” said Kristina, “I’m not sure I could have afforded to drive back and forth without gas cards from the Bismarck Cancer Center.”

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Sun Savvy Coloring Contest

Sun Savvy Coloring Contest

We are looking for new ways to brighten our patient waiting area & clinic while providing a fun project for individuals & families. Please join us for the #bcccoloringforcancer coloring contest. HERE'S SOME IMPORTANT INFO:  All ages can participate! Please...

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How to spot skin cancer

How to spot skin cancer

Skin cancer is by far the most common type of cancer. If you know what to look for, you can spot warning signs of skin cancer early. Finding it early, when it’s small and has not spread, makes skin cancer much easier to treat. Some doctors and other health care professionals include skin exams as part of routine health check-ups.

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