A special program in San Mateo brings health information to communities in need. For prostate cancer patient Anthony Lopez, the timing was perfect.
Julie was preparing for back surgery when an alert in her electronic health record suggested a mammogram. That alert may have saved her life.
Hazel Neibert is the first to admit that her health was low on her priority list. But when she discovered a lump in her breast, everything changed.
The Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool helped doctors detect Julie DeNapoli's breast cancer before it became invasive, making it easier to treat.
Constance Cole, 67, of Roseville, received a bone-marrow transplant in 2014 after being diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.
After receiving cancer treatment at Sutter Health, a Vacaville man shares his positive outlook on life with fellow cancer patients.