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Surgical Oncology at Mercy - Baltimore

Gastric Cancer Difficult To Diagnose Early

While Americans rarely develop gastric cancer anymore, new immigrants from Asia, Eastern Europe and South America remain at high risk for the disease.

Top Doctors of Baltimore - Mercy Medical Center

Mercy Physicians Recognized in Baltimore Magazine 2016 Top Docs Issue

Mercy physicians recognized represent 23 separate specialties, ranging from breast cancer surgery to varicose veins.

Medical Oncology at Mercy - Baltimore

Cancer Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

If you notice something different about your body, get it checked out. It sounds obvious, but doctors say sometimes those things patients dismiss can be the sign of something more serious.

Up Do's for I Do's

Beauty Services For Chemotherapy Patients

Volunteer stylists from beauty studio “Up Do’s For I Do’s,” a professional wedding hair and makeup company servicing the mid-Atlantic region, recently visited Mercy’s Weinberg Outpatient Chemotherapy Unit to provide free hair and makeup services for interested Mercy chemotherapy patients.

Surgical Oncology at Mercy - Baltimore

Partners for Cancer Care and Prevention Receives $25,000 Grant

The American Cancer Society’s Global Cancer Control department has awarded a $25,000 grant to Partners for Cancer Care and Prevention established by Mercy surgical oncologist Dr. Armando Sardi.

Digestive Health and Liver Disease at Mercy - Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Dr. Maheshwari Discusses Cancer Prevention

While a healthy diet is good for everyone, many boast that certain foods and supplements can help ward off cancer.

Mercy patient Laine Malcotti (far right) is interviewed by WBAL-TV11 regarding her fight with breast cancer

Sedentary Lifestyle May Increase Cancer Risk

Researchers said that sitting at a desk all day could do more than just increase the size of your waistline – it could be an overlooked risk factor for certain cancers.

Dr. Armando Sardi

Dr. Armando Sardi Discusses Treatment For Peritoneal Cancer

Peritoneal cancer is rare and hard to spot, but patients can get better if they're diagnosed correctly and get some aggressive treatment.

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