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Colorectal Cancer: Why Screening Counts

This potentially deadly disease can be thwarted with regular screenings. The proof is in the numbers.
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Survivor at heart

A Cranford resident fights advanced heart disease with cardiac surgery at Saint Barnabas Medical Center.

Steer clear of skin cancer

Melanoma can be treated, as a surgeon explains, but preventing it by staying safe from the sun is the best treatment of all.

A free screening may save your life

The lung cancer screening program detects tumors at an early stage, when they are most successfully treated.

A visit with the CEO

Stephen P. Zieniewicz, FACHE, tells what it’s like to lead one of the northeast’s most honored hospitals in a time of change.

Let's Get Physical

Physical therapy can help your body get back to doing the things you need to do daily—with less pain.

Where To Get Your Mammogram

A doctor explains that it's best to have one in a comprehensive breast center with a staff fully trained for appropriate follow-up.

The Challenge of Liver Disease

A multidisciplinary team is needed to treat this complex—and growing—health problem.

The Talk About End-of-Life Wishes

It's a difficult conversation, but having it now can heighten comfort and lessen heartache later.

Take Heart—and Take Control

Act today to improve your longtime cardiac health.

A Safer Fix for Heart-Valve Problems

TAVR tackles aortic valve stenosis in the elderly without the risks of open heart surgery.