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Catch lung cancer early

Lung cancer is the third most common type of cancer in both men and women. A 2011 National Lung Screening Trial showed a 20 percent decrease in lung cancer deaths in heavy smokers who received a low-dose lung screening exam. This screening finds lung cancer at an early stage, so treatment options can be more successful. With more men and women dying every year from lung cancer than from any other form of cancer, this screening makes a difference.

Hear more from Matthew Graczyk, MD, thoracic surgeon at the Allina Health Cancer Institute and Minnesota Oncology, about the importance of early lung cancer screening.

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Life after breast cancer: Get stronger with exercise

Many women who have had breast cancer surgery, a lumpectomy or mastectomy, find it uncomfortable to exercise because your chest and arms can be sensitive and even painful, especially when wearing a bra or sports bra. Read on for ideas on how to find a bra that works for you so you can work out on a regular basis.

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