Monthly Archives: October 2010

Breast Cancer: Screening Guidelines and Diagnosis

Dr. John Lewin, of the Rose Breast Center, explains the screening guidelines for mammograms, what to expect when having a mammogram and the follow-up procedure. In this video, Dr. Lewin explains the link between genetics and breast cancer, and what … Continue reading

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There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

by Dr. Asela Russell, at the Center for Women’s Health We’ve heard the promises before: This prescription drug will treat your disease—don’t bother to change your life, just take the drug. The latest example has been the high blood pressure … Continue reading

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Achoo! Ways to prevent the flu

It’s flu season, which means it’s that time of the year to bust out your Kleenex and soap.  The flu appears in a number of different symptoms, many that are similar to a cold, and can last for days. Some … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Mardi, Breast Cancer Survivor

When Mardi was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009, she had one very important supporter – her mother, who was dealing with ovarian cancer.  Because of the history of ovarian and breast cancer in her family, Mardi was always vigilant … Continue reading

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Top 10 Tips to Prepare for Surgery

by Sanjay Jatana, MD Knowing that you have to have surgery can be a scary thing. There are a lot of unanswered questions and fears, but in my experience, the best thing that a patient can do is ask questions, … Continue reading

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65 Rose Doctors named to 5280 Magazine “Top Docs” list

For 17 years, 5280 Magazine annually releases their list of the Top Doctors in Denver. This year’s list had 280 of the best physicians in a wide range of specialties, from addiction psychiatry to vascular surgery. Every year, Rose has … Continue reading

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Smartphone app gives OB doctors vital information anytime, anywhere

Move over Barcode Scanner, Urban Spoon and Navigation, there’s a new Smartphone app in town. The AirStrip OB application is here and allows doctors to have real-time access to critical data for women going into labor.  What this could mean is that a … Continue reading

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