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Can A Microchip Tell You In Minutes If You Have An infectious Disease or Cancer?

Toronto’s medical community is excited today about a new way health care professionals can screen for infectious diseases or cancer.  It is a device that works with a blood sample or swab placed on a microchip. It then reads and can even recognize … Continue reading

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Boys and HPV Vaccination

October 27, 2011 The CDC advisory board recommends boys getting their HPV vaccination between the ages of 11-12 tp protect against sexually transmitted forms of human papillomavirus. Strains of HPV can cause a number of tumors, including cervical cancer, anal … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

By Ken Buben, President, FancyScrubs.com Happy Father’s Day! June is men’s health month and now is the time for prostate screening tests! Remind dad today. Men over 50 should be tested regularly and those with increased risk factors at age … Continue reading

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