Inside Looking Out Newsletter
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Thank you for your interest in the 2020 issue of Inside Looking Out.
At UM St. Joseph Medical Center's Cancer Institute, we are committed to sharing stories that enlighten and inspire, to help our readers more fully understand issues related to cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. The information below provides additional insight about the topics discussed in the print edition. Thank you for reading!
Breast Cancer Awareness: Hear from our Experts
In Honor of National Breast Health Awareness Month, Michael J. Schultz, MD, FACS, medical director of the Breast Health Center, and Kimberly W. Schlesinger, MD, medical director of the Cancer Institute, co-hosted a Breast Health Facebook Live event with WMAR-TV Anchor Kelly Swoope to encourage women—and men—to take charge of their breast health.
Racing to Recovery: Dale's Story
Every day, the experts at our Liver and Pancreas Center and Cancer Institute provide expert, compassionate care that saves lives and give great people like mechanic and race car driver Dale Jackson a second chance at life. Learn about Dale's advanced pancreatic cancer treatment and recovery in this Midday Maryland segment in honor of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
Meet our New Doctors
The Cancer Institute at UM St. Joseph is proud to offer innovative and advanced medical treatment from some of the region's most experienced and reputable oncologists. We are pleased to welcome these new physicians to our Cancer Institute panel of providers, now accepting appointments:
Keeping you Well during the COVID-19 Outbreak
Coronavirus or COVID-19 can lead to serious and life-threatening illness for people with weakened immune systems, including those in active cancer treatment. You can protect yourself by following these COVID guidelines for people with cancer.
Learn more about how you can support UM St. Joseph's COVID-19 relief efforts, to keep our care team healthy and strong—and here for you—throughout the pandemic. You can protect yourself by following these COVID guidelines for people with cancer.