Phil Decker, who is battling stage IV colon cancer with the help of his team at the Nassif Community Cancer Center, returns to the podcast to talk about his experience at the Boston Marathon in April, give an update on his cancer journey and discuss his plans for the future as he continues to raise awareness about colon cancer.
Last summer, Andrew Crockett, 52, noticed a spot on his lower shin had started growing, and went to his primary care provider, Katherine Alatorre, DO, at UnityPoint Clinic Family Medicine
Therese Michels, manager of St. Luke’s Breast and Bone Health, discusses mammograms and why it’s so important to get back to regular breast cancer screening. What is a mammogram and
Dr. Ryan Dempewolf, physician at Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa Ear, Nose and Throat, joins Dr. Arnold to discuss head and neck cancer signs, symptoms, screening, treatment and more.
In this episode, Phil Decker, who is battling stage IV colon cancer with the help of his team at the Nassif Community Cancer Center, joins Dr. Arnold to talk about his mission to raise awareness about colon cancer and how it can happen to anyone.
If you were to think about what a colon cancer patient looks like, you probably would not picture someone like Phil Decker, 46, of Robins. He’s under 50-years-old, in good
When Hollie Hare, of Winthrop, was experiencing pain under her right rib and made a visit to her primary care provider, she never expected it would start a chain of