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NYNY week 6 is over: let’s get physical

Image. JRMC Gynecologist & Obstetrician, Dr. Bailey Runkles advises women age 40 and over to receive a mammogram.
Posted On February 21, 2019 / By / Posted in JRMC News

NYNY week 6 is over: let’s get physical

Congratulations to team Get ‘ER done, the top point earner for New Year, New You challenge week six. Team Get ‘ER done includes seven participants from Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Department. To

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Jamestown Regional Medical Center offers six different biopsy types to diagnose cancer.
Posted On October 25, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

Cancer: 6 biopsies offered at JRMC

Cancer impacts people of all ages. When a physician suspects cancer, the only way to diagnose it is through a biopsy. Biopsies involve removing a small portion of tissue or fluid and

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Image. Joints, tendons, ligaments and carpals go through much wear and tear, which can lead to conditions like carpal tunnel.
Posted On October 22, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

Top 11 reasons to see an OB/GYN. Period.

Expecting moms. Adolescent girls. Post-menopausal women. Wellness is important for women in all stages of life. A gynecologist treats patients with female reproductive organs. The visit may be uncomfortable, but it’s important

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Women have a one in eight chance of developing invasive breast cancer during their lifetime.
Posted On October 20, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

0: number of excuses not to check your breasts

Both men and women have two. But it’s women with a one in eight chance. According to Cancer Treatment Centers of America, one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer during

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Image of Linda Gutschmidt and her family. Linda shares her breast cancer journey that she recently ventured through.
Posted On October 18, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

Breast cancer: the Linda Gutschmidt journey

Editor’s note: Cancer impacts everyone. And Linda was one of them. Linda Gutschmidt shares her cancer journey as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. This is her story. These last few months

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