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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

Bladder cancer related to smoking and obesity

Sherri Elliot, Bowman, N.D., noticed blood in her urine. JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robert Bates diagnosed Elliot with malignant neoplasm of the urinary bladder. Learn more at (701) 952-4878.
Posted On November 17, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Bladder cancer related to smoking and obesity

A visit to the urologist helped one woman heal her bladder. It also helped her quit smoking. Sherri Elliott, Bowdon, N.D., visited her primary care physician in February 2018 when she noticed

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March is a great month to schedule vasectomies. Use the recovery to enjoy uninterrupted, guilt-free college basketball during Vas Madness.
Posted On November 10, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

March is perfect for vasectomies

The NCAA basketball tournament and vasectomies: What do they have in common? The answer is may make you blush, but the ball is in your court. [maxbutton id="5" ] If a vasectomy is in your

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The survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. (701) 952-4878.
Posted On November 6, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Tom Boerger shares testicular cancer journey

Testicular cancer treatment has changed over time. Today, the survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. Back

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GROWvember is the perfect time to get up and go see a urologist regarding men's health. Schedule direct with JRMC Urologist, Dr. Bates, at (701) 952-4878.
Posted On October 10, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Man up during GROWvember for men’s health

Men’s health below the belt can make a person squeamish, but ignoring symptoms throughout the year - especially during GROWvember- can have a devastating effect. [maxbutton id="20" ]

“Silence can be our worst enemy.

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JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robert J. Bates shares signs and symptoms of prostate cancer.
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4 signs of prostate cancer

Low flow? Burning sensation? Frequent urination? These can be symptoms of prostate tumors. [maxbutton id="20" ]

“Prostate enlargement is almost universal in men beyond the age of 55 or 60,” shared JRMC Urologist,

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