When jazz pianist Eric Muhler learned his throat cancer was curable, he was relieved. The only downside was that the treatment was going to be incredibly painful. Muhler utilized every service CPMC's Institute for Health & Healing had to offer to make it through the treatment. When he was finished he decided to give back like only a jazz musician could.
Julie was preparing for back surgery when an alert in her electronic health record suggested a mammogram. That alert may have saved her life.
The Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool helped doctors detect Julie DeNapoli's breast cancer before it became invasive, making it easier to treat.
A special program in San Mateo brings health information to communities in need. For one prostate cancer patient, the timing was perfect.
Kay Redding’s annual mammogram revealed breast cancer. Catching it early made all the difference.
Dr. Goldschlager made a $100,000 philanthropic gift to the Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation dedicated to the Dorothy E. Schneider Cancer Center.
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