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woman getting mammogram
Guidelines for breast cancer screening have recently changed. Read why regular mammograms remain the gold standard for detecting breast cancer early.
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How young is too young to start running? Learn about how distance running affects kids and the appropriate age for kids to start.
Doctor holding mammography film
Doylestown Health offers an advanced form of digital mammography that can detect cancer at higher rates than traditional mammography alone. 3-D mammography, or breast tomosynthesis, provides certain patients with an additional option for detecting breast cancer in its earliest stages.
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Men share a number of risk factors for breast cancer with women. There are risk factors unique to men, including never having been married, testicular issues, liver issues, and gynecomastia.
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Our breast cancer expert weighs in on the findings of a study that raises questions about the treatment of early-stage breast cancer.
Woman looking at her iPhone
Doylestown Hospital offers another simple and secure way to access your medical data.
Ed Price | Doylestown Health
Doylestown Health is looking for volunteers for the new Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion.
Ron Sparks and family | Doylestown Health
Prostate cancer affects 1 in 9 men in the U.S., and is highly treatable when caught early. Hear from Doylestown Health patient, Ron Sparks, about his prostate cancer journey.
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Memory issues can deeply affect not only the patient, but the family who cares for them. Learn the signs of memory loss and tips for caregivers.
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Doylestown Hospital's Cancer Institute earns accreditation from the Commission on Cancer for its delivery of comprehensive, patient-centered care.

Theo Petron | Doylestown Health
An avid cyclist and personal chef, Theo Petron was leading an active, healthy lifestyle, until a rapid heartbeat due to atrial fibrillation (AFib), got in the way.
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Call 9-1-1 immediately if you suspect a heart attack! Doylestown Health works with local ambulance squads to help patients receive life-saving care, fast.
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