Mammograms Remain the Most Reliable Method for Detecting Breast Cancer

Dr. Brian Owens, encourages women 40 and over to get a yearly mammogram. One in eight women in the US will develop breast cancer in her lifetime and early detection is key to survival.

Breast Cancer Survivor Gives Birth to Healthy Baby Girl

After surviving breast cancer, Kristin gave birth to healthy baby girl with help from Oncologist, Dr. Stephen Divers, and Obstetrician, Dr. Clint Henson.

CHI St. Vincent Expands the Outpatient Infusion Center, Doubling the Capacity to Treat Cancer and non-Cancer Patients

Dr. Peter Emanuel, Director of Oncology explains the importance of the Outpatient Infusion Center and what the expansion means for cancer patients and the advancements in blood cancer treatments.

Dr. Ashish Tikotekar Discusses Lung Cancer and Screening

Dr. Ashish Tikotekar, Pulmonologist at CHI St. Vincent Pulmonology Clinic in Little Rock, discusses the prevalence of lung cancer in Arkansas and the importance of screening and early detection.

New Outlook Cancer Recovery Program Offers Free Resources

The New Outlook Cancer Recovery program and Alesa Garner provide cancer survivors with much needed resources and support, all for just a hug.

Nurse and Mother Delays Mammogram Then Finds Cancer

Experienced nurse, mother of four finally gets mammogram to find breast cancer. Now she encourages women to get their mammograms regularly.

Woman Finds Breast Cancer Two Months Before Wedding

Kristin found a lump in her breast just before her wedding. After a double mastectomy, a wedding, finishing her doctorate and giving birth to her daughter, she plans to continue treatment.

3D Mammograms Give Clearest Picture of Breast Health

1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer. Our 3D mammography can detect up to 40% more invasive cancers that are too small to be detected by a normal 2D mammogram; allowing earlier diagnosis and treatment.

5 Things to Know about Prostate Cancer

1 in 9 men will develop prostate cancer in his lifetime. Here are 5 key facts to remember about prostate cancer.

Improvements in Colorectal Surgery

Dr. Patrick Szeto, Colorectal Surgery at CHI St. Vincent, discusses advancements in surgery and how it's improved patient outcomes.

Colon Cancer Growing More Common

Colon cancer is becoming more and more common in both men and women. However, when diagnosed early, there is a 90% 5-year cure rate, so it is important to be screened according to your doctor's suggestions.

Colonoscopy Catches Cancer Early

Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer. It's unfortunate that some people shy away from getting screened because to them a colonoscopy seems uncomfortable. However, colon cancer is the easiest cancer to diagnose, and is easy to treat.

Early Detection Key To Survival

KLRT's Donna Turrell talks to Dr. Dean Kumpuris about why it's important to catch colon cancer before symptoms arise.

Robotic Assisted Surgery Changing the Game

Robotic assisted surgery is improving the outcomes and shortening recovery times for surgeries.

Benefits of Robotic Assisted Surgery

Dr. Lee Raley discusses the benefits of robotic assisted surgery and how it is used to enhance the outcome for cancer patients

Bringing Awareness to Colorectal Cancer

Dr. Lance Burns talks about colorectal cancer and why it is called the silent killer. Many patients don't experience or present symptoms, so they never get tested. That's why it's important to get screened.

Colonoscopy Provides Peace of Mind

During a routine wellness check-up, Janene Sanders was encouraged to get a colonoscopy. That colonoscopy may have saved her life.

5 Ways to Prevent Cancer

With one-third of all cancer cases being preventable, now is the time to take action against your risk factors.

Because You’ve Got Questions: Signs of Colon Cancer

Know the signs and symptoms of colon cancer. Not all polyps become cancerous, the only way to find out is by getting screened.

Colonoscopy Saves Officer's Life

The screenings that patients receive during primary care visits can identify issues that can later become more significant health problems.