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Summit Medical Group is committed to generating awareness of gynecologic and breast cancers. As part of our #TealPinkSMG campaign to shine a light on these important women’s health topics, we’ve created a new PSA featuring Dr. Christine Masterson, Chief of Women & Children, and important information about screening, recognizing symptoms and what can be done. The :30 PSA will air on Comcast cable and Fios until the end of October. Click on below for a preview:
WHAT YOU CAN DO
While Summit Medical Group has all the latest advancements available for diagnosing and treating cancer, there are steps you can take to reduce your odds of developing breast or ovarian cancer, or to detect them early when they’re most treatable. “A common misconception is that ovarian cancer doesn’t have any symptoms, but there are actually several signs that women should watch for,” Summit Medical Group’s Medical Director of Gynecologic Oncology, Dr. Darlene Gibbon says. They include: