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Dr. Rebecca Brown, CaroMont Palliative Care Provider, Makes the Distinction between Palliative Care and Hospice Learning that you have a serious illness is a challenging time and many are left to endure chronic symptoms and suffering as a result. ...
Managing Holiday Stress for More Joy Your weekends are packed with parties; your in-laws are coming for Christmas this year; your holiday mantel isn’t even close to Pinterest perfect; and your shopping list is still a mile long—pressure ...
Though most cancers are due to behavioral or environmental causes, and even, at times, by chance, there are many known genes that may increase an individual’s risk. Genetic counseling identifies those at increased risk of cancer, in order to ...
More than 40% of women have dense breast tissue, and most may not know it. Unfortunately, those with dense breast tissue are at greater risk of cancer. Dense breasts can mask cancer making it difficult to detect on a regular mammogram. If cancer is ...
Q&A: Gregory Woo, MD
Posted Feb 20, 2015
Gregory Woo, MD, FHRS, FACC, says he knew after his first interview that he was making the right decision to practice at CaroMont. “I knew I would be joining a young and dynamic team who shared a similar medical philosophy.” Dr. ...
Q&A with Dr. Letts, Cardiologist
Posted Feb 15, 2015
A passion for learning and sharing that knowledge for the betterment of others is what inspired Dustin Letts, MD, to go into the medical field and specialize in Cardiology. “Cardiology provides many ways to impact almost every patient making ...
Why did you decide to become a physician? The greatest honor and responsibility in life is to serve others. I cannot think of a more rewarding profession than to be entrusted with someone’s care. As a physician, I am proud and honored to have ...
A desire to become a phy sician was rooted in his firsthand observation of the crippling power of disease and the potential of medicine to improve the lives of others. When asked why he chose cardiac surgery as a career, James Greelish, MD, said ...