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Ep. 11: Importance of getting the HPV vaccine
The HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer and other cancers later on in life. Dr. Brooke Jensen, discusses the importance of this vaccine.
HPV vaccine reduces cervical cancer rates by 87%, study says
Research provides evidence of vaccine-preventable cancer
What you need to know about HPV
Learn about human papillomavirus: its causes, symptoms and how to prevent it
Well child visits important for children of all ages
“Not only is a well child exam more comprehensive, it’s often paid for by insurance"
What women ask about, and what their doctors tell them
Answers to questions such as 'When am I most fertile?' and 'Do I have a UTI?'
Understanding cervical cancer: signs, causes & risk factors
HPV vaccination and routine screenings can help prevent cervical cancer
Sexually transmitted infections: What you should know
An estimated one in five people has an STI, according to latest US data
Study finds combined therapy improves cancer patient results
Contact: Angela Dejene (218) 280-0148 / email@example.com SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Aug. 11, 2020 — Sanford Health, the largest provider of rural health care in the country, today announced the findings from a Phase 1b study using pembrolizumab (Keytruda) in addition to the standard chemotherapy and radiation treatment for patients with head and neck cancers. The […]
Oral, head and neck cancer signs and risks
These cancers can affect your sinuses, lips, mouth, throat, voice and more
Vaccination myths and when kids need each shot
Pediatricians answer common questions about vaccine safety, side effects and schedules
A healthy life: Advice for women from their 20s to their 80s
Your guide to staying healthy at every age and stage of life
Preventive health screenings you should not postpone
Now is the time to take care of any screenings that you've put off
The importance of vaccination
Why vaccinate, when to vaccinate, and how to stay on schedule
Ep. 4: What primary care looks like in midlife
Dr. Jean Marie McGowan urges women to keep up care after child-bearing years
Sanford Health clinics recognized for high vaccination rates
"Our physicians and nurses have always been good advocates for vaccines."