March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to lighting our clock tower in blue, the disease's symbolic color, Crouse Hospital is presenting an informational seminar to raise awareness about this highly treatable disease.
Surgeons John Nicholson, MD, and David Nesbitt, MD, of ColonRectal Associates of CNY, will be joined by David Kaplan, MD, of Syracuse Gastroenterological Associates, in a discussion about colon cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment options. It’s important to know if you are at risk for colon cancer.
Our experts will discuss the role lifestyle and family history can play; signs and symptoms; and screening and detection options. They will also discuss the latest treatment techniques, including minimally invasive robotics and microsurgery.
Parking is free in the Crouse or Marley Education Center garages.
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