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At Nazareth Hospital, heart doctors and cancer specialists work together to try to prevent a condition called cardiotoxicity.
Some cancers, such as lung, typically don’t cause symptoms until they’re already advanced, which makes them difficult to successfully treat.
Dr. Raj is a new arrival at Mercy Fitzgerald and Mercy Philadelphia Hospitals. He joined the medical staff as Director of Infusion Services at the Cancer Center.
There are many reasons to consider bariatric surgery if you’re obese, and one of them might be if you have metabolic syndrome.
When you’re having a stroke, you want to be treated quickly and effectively by a team of experts. Fortunately, you don’t have to go far for that kind of care.
Mercy is collaborating with Penn Medicine to help people whose heart failure hasn’t responded to standard therapy get more specialized care.
If you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health issue, you should know that Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital is ready to help.
Medicine is meant to help you feel better, not worse. But a lot can go wrong if you don’t understand your medicine—and how to take it safely.
Radiologists at Nazareth perform minimally invasive biopsies using leading-edge technology—the Hologic® Affirm® breast biopsy system.
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