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Colonoscopy myths debunked

March 17, 2017

With more than 100,000 new cases of colon cancer diagnosed each year nationwide, Hardin Memorial Health urges regular screenings for those at risk. Colonoscopies can reduce risk of cancer by up to 90 percent as precancerous polyps found during the procedure can be removed before becoming cancer. “Many patients are fearful of colonoscopies and therefore […]

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HMH patient encourages colon cancer screenings

March 10, 2017

The News-Enterprise on Monday, March 6, published a story on Scott Squires’ battle with colon cancer. Squires, a Hardin Memorial Health Cancer Care patient, had a team of people working on his cure, including his wife Mary Ann Squires, a radiation therapist at HMH. (Read the story here.) Squires is quick to encourage people to complete […]

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Dress in Blue

March 02, 2017

Join Hardin Memorial Health as we celebrate Colon Cancer Awareness and Dress in Blue Day on Friday, March 3. The community is invited to stop by the North Tower Parking Lot for lunch from Deez Butts BBQ and learn more about how to prevent colon cancer. Deez Butts BBQ will offer a $7 special including […]

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