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How to Be an Advocate During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

During the past several decades, survivors, healthcare professionals, researchers, and supporters have brought their voices together to drown out the silence that once surrounded breast cancer. In 1985, the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries (now part of AstraZeneca, an oncology drug manufacturing company) joined forces in establishing October as

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What Does It Mean to Have a High Risk Pregnancy?

For those whose pregnancy is determined to be high risk, the time between conception and the birth of your baby will require an additional level of caution, and the providers at PGOMG are always prepared to assist women during this time. High risk pregnancy can apply to a number of health and personal situations, all

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Should I Be Worried About Melanoma?

As spring wraps up and we head into summer, women, men and children all across the country are ditching all of those winter layers for shorts and bathing suits. Instead of spending time in the occasional grey skies and lower temperatures, the majority of us are planning on spending a great deal of our time

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Ovarian Cancer: What You Need To Know Today

Talking about the factual logistics of cancer doesn’t have to be scary or intimidating. At PGOMG, we are committed to providing our patients with the resources and support they need for any health concern they may have, and this includes serious, tough subjects like cancer. We aim to educate and arm our patients with information,

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