Alliance Cancer Center-Greenville/Clarksdale

Alliance Cancer Center-Greenville/Clarksdale

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East Union vs Pisgah | Mississippi High School Football Live
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Thursday 11/12/2020 7:00 PM
The East Union varsity football team has a home non-conference game vs Pisgah (Sandhill, MS) on Thursday, November 12 @ 7p. Preview Game
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East Union vs J.Z. George | Mississippi High School Football Live
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Thursday 11/12/2020 7:00 PM
The East Union varsity football team has a neutral non-conference game vs J.Z. George (North Carrollton, MS) on Thursday, November 12 @ 7p. Preview Game
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Important things YOU need to know about cancer from the Alliance Cancer Center-Greenville/Clarksdale!
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Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head... God Bless These Caring Souls! When things are gloomy outside, these angels make the sun shine. 😇

Welcome to the official Alliance Cancer Center page! This page is for sharing news about our center, as well as oncology and health related topics.

Alliance Cancer Center’s mission is to provide the highest quality and most compassionate cancer care to our patients. Our dedicated and experienced team strive to be the best in the fight against cancer for our community, with two locations to conveniently serve you. Alliance Cancer Center - Clarksdale
581 Medical Drive
Clarksdale, MS 38614
(662) 624-8731

Alliance Cancer Center - Greenville
1514

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Timeline photos 05/11/2022

It’s National Nurses’ Week, an annual celebration to recognize and show gratitude for the tremendous care nurses provide to patients and families. As workers who perform the most essential healthcare tasks, nurses serve as the first point of contact for most patients. National Nurses’ Week honors their contributions and reminds us to thank our nurses who serve the patients in our community with compassionate care. Thank you for all you do!

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The “ABCDE” rule describes the features of early melanoma Asymmetry Border that is irregular Color that is uneven Diameter larger than 1/4 inch Evolving. The mole has changed over the past few weeks or months. Learn more: http://ht.ly/71la30s9R7t

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It is National ! 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ On this day, and every day, we cannot thank our doctors enough for their devotion, selflessness, and commitment to our patients and community.

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In 2022, an estimated 151,030 people will be diagnosed with this highly preventable disease. We raise awareness for them, their families, and their community. Join us in sharing because . http://ow.ly/X9ek50Ipr68

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Cancer screening tests aim to find cancer early, before it causes symptoms and when it may be easier to treat successfully. Are you up to date on tests recommended by your doctor? http://ow.ly/vST830s9R5w

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At least one third of cancers are preventable, giving us every reason to champion healthy life choices and prevention strategies to reduce the risk of developing cancer. This take action to learn what you can do to prevent many cancers through lifestyle choices you make each day: http://ow.ly/9eCZ50HN139

Timeline photos 01/19/2022

People who smoke to***co have 20 times the chance of developing lung cancer compared to those who don’t.
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01/17/2022

Happy Day ay from all of us at Alliance Cancer Center! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a voice for the voiceless and a beacon of hope for all. Now, nearly 54 years after his death, we reflect on Dr. King’s legacy and his wisdom that continues to guide us all on matters of morality, equality, human dignity, and diversity.

Cervical Cancer—Patient Version 01/05/2022

Cervical Cancer—Patient Version

Human papillomavirus, more commonly known as HPV, can cause several types of cancer, including cervical cancer. Routine screening can prevent most cervical cancers by allowing health care providers to find and remove precancerous cells before they develop into cancer. As a result, cervical cancer incidence rates in the United States are decreasing.

Cervical Cancer—Patient Version Cervical cancer is the fourth most common cancer in women worldwide. The primary risk factor for cervical cancer is human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Start here to find evidence-based information on cervical cancer treatment, causes and prevention, screening, research, and statistics.

Coping with Cancer during the Holidays 12/21/2021

Coping with Cancer during the Holidays

The can be a stressful time for all of us, but especially for those coping with . For patients and their families struggling to find holiday cheer this year, here are 12 helpful tips to try to lift your spirits and navigate the season.

Coping with Cancer during the Holidays As the classic holiday song goes, it is the most wonderful time of the year. But do you know what else the happiest season of all brings? Stress. With all the planning, shopping, decorating and cooking, it’s easy to become tired and overwhelmed. When cancer t...

Caregivers of Cancer Patients 11/28/2021

Caregivers of Cancer Patients

If you're helping a family member or friend through cancer treatment, you are a caregiver. This may mean helping with daily activities such as going to the doctor or making meals. It could also mean coordinating services and care. Or it may be giving emotional and spiritual support. View resources and tips for caregivers.

Caregivers of Cancer Patients Being a caregiver of cancer patients can be stressful. Find out what to expect and how to deal with caring for a loved one with cancer.

11/25/2021

Happy , everyone! 🦃 We hope you and your family have a safe and wonderful day.

Talking to Your Children About Breast Cancer 11/24/2021

Talking to Your Children About Breast Cancer

Talking to your children or younger family members about breast cancer can be daunting and difficult.

Here are 9 tips to help you approach the conversation.

Talking to Your Children About Breast Cancer There's no easy way to tell your kids you have cancer, but here are few things to keep in mind when you have that conversation.

The Benefits of Exercise for People With Lung Cancer 11/19/2021

The Benefits of Exercise for People With Lung Cancer

The thought of exercise can be overwhelming if you have lung cancer. But a well-designed exercise program may help you cope with your treatments, fatigue, and side effects.

The Benefits of Exercise for People With Lung Cancer Following an exercise program during and after lung cancer treatment may help reduce cancer-related fatigue and speed recovery from treatment. Read about 4 types of exercise to consider and why.

11/19/2021

Today is the . Did you know quitting smoking can improve survival in those diagnosed with cancer as well? http://ow.ly/OI2n50GRvGW

Timeline photos 11/17/2021

New guidelines are expected to help identify more patients with colorectal cancer or lung cancer earlier. Learn more in the AACR Cancer Progress Report 2021: http://ht.ly/hqVj30s0WY3

Timeline photos 11/17/2021

Advancing age is the most important risk factor for cancer overall. The median age for cancer in the US is 66, meaning half of cancer cases happen before age 66 and half occur after.
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11/11/2021

On , we salute all of the men and women who have served our country. Thank you for your service! 🇺🇸

Timeline photos 10/14/2021

This Awareness Day, learn how to take charge of your diagnosis and live better every day.
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Screening Guidelines for Prostate Cancer 09/28/2021

Screening Guidelines for Prostate Cancer

This Awareness Month, learn the importance of managing cancer risks through screening and early detection. Review the recommended screening guidelines for prostate cancer today!

Screening Guidelines for Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men. While the disease is prevalent across the country, the screening guidelines are not. Prostate cancer screenings have always been somewhat controversial because the tests often alert physicians...

09/15/2021

Do you know the warning signs of cervical cancer? Learn more this : https://bit.ly/3lvZbPa

09/11/2021

Sept. 11, 2001, is one of the darkest days in American history, and 20 years later, its impact is still being felt in many ways. Cancer diagnoses and medical complications have skyrocketed over the last eight years for 9/11 survivors and first responders who inhaled toxic debris in the wake of the terrorist attacks, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. During this time, cancers related to 9/11 terror attacks among members of the World Trade Center Health Program increased by more than 1,000% from 1,870 confirmed cases in 2013 to 20,612 cases in 2020. Today as we remember their sacrifice and the innocent lives that were taken, join us in helping protect the heroes who were there then and are here today by reminding them to stay up to date on their preventive cancer screenings. . https://bit.ly/2X7ImlH

09/09/2021

The less alcohol you drink, the lower your risk for cancer. Rethink your drink and learn more about the connection between alcohol and cancer:
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In Low-Income Communities, Breast Cancer Screenings Declined During Pandemic 09/07/2021

In Low-Income Communities, Breast Cancer Screenings Declined During Pandemic

Breast cancer screening rates declined within clinics that serve low-income communities, new research shows. https://bit.ly/3935qEB

In Low-Income Communities, Breast Cancer Screenings Declined During Pandemic A study found that breast cancer screening rates declined among low-income populations by 8% during the public health crisis.

Increased Intensity of PSA Screening May Reduce Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer 09/01/2021

Increased Intensity of PSA Screening May Reduce Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer

Among younger Black men in the United States, more frequent screening for prostate cancer may be linked with lower risks of both metastasis and fatal disease, according to recent research.

Increased Intensity of PSA Screening May Reduce Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer Screening intensity was predictive of disease stage and mortality risk.

Metastatic NSCLC: Tips to Manage Shortness of Breath | Everyday Health 08/27/2021

Metastatic NSCLC: Tips to Manage Shortness of Breath | Everyday Health

Shortness of breath — also known as dyspnea — is a common problem among people with metastatic non-small-cell . From relaxation techniques to exercise, a number of approaches may help relieve the discomfort. https://bit.ly/3jkwtko

Metastatic NSCLC: Tips to Manage Shortness of Breath | Everyday Health Shortness of breath is a common problem for people with metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer. Get strategies to improve breathing from Everyday Health.

Alliance Cancer Centers | UV Safety Month 07/30/2021

Alliance Cancer Centers | UV Safety Month

July is ! UV exposure is the most preventable risk factor for skin cancer. Read about different UV rays that cause damage to your skin and learn what you can do to stay sun-safe year-round.

Alliance Cancer Centers | UV Safety Month

Timeline photos 07/04/2021

Happy ! Celebrate safely with these sun protection strategies from the CDC:
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06/20/2021

According to the American Cancer Society, prostate cancer has the highest incidence rate of any other cancer in the state of Mississippi. Celebrate the dads, granddads, and father figures in your life this June by encouraging them to protect their health and stay up to date on cancer screenings.

What People With Darker Skin Need to Know About Preventing Skin Cancer 06/15/2021

What People With Darker Skin Need to Know About Preventing Skin Cancer

While it’s true fair skin tones are at greater risk for skin cancer, no one’s immune to the dangers and damage of the sun’s harmful UV rays.

What People With Darker Skin Need to Know About Preventing Skin Cancer Melanin does offer some protection against UV rays, but *anyone* can be at risk for skin cancer.

06/10/2021

Every year, more than 300,000 men in the United States lose their lives to cancer, and many of these cancers could be prevented. Culture matters when it comes to men’s health. Learn more this from the CDC: http://ow.ly/xZtK50F7QPt

06/06/2021

Today is ! Join us as we celebrate those who have survived, support those recently diagnosed, and recognize the strength of their families, caregivers, and community

For survivorship resources and support services visit: http://ow.ly/xaoV50F3W2V

Timeline Photos 05/19/2021

Deborah is a two-time cancer survivor. She shares what it is like to live with a type of rare brain cancer called to help others. http://ht.ly/1EPb30rIgth

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is a good time for women to remember to prioritize their health. Learn about the prevention and early detection of various types of cancers that affect women: http://ow.ly/wq1o50EMk4c

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