Did you know that CVMC has made it even easier to get your screening mammogram, and new state laws mean more of the cost is covered! Find out how to make a screening appointment today.
Many women eligible for breast reconstruction following cancer surgery are unaware of their options. Reconstruction Awareness (BRA) Day aims to give women hope and confidence through the gift of skin donation.
This is the time of year when Vermonters, in particular, need to start being very careful about excessive exposure to the sun and its ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause skin cancer. Learn what you need to know to keep your family protected from harmful rays.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Educate and empower yourself to protect your health and that of the ones you love.
Prostate cancer is a serious disease – one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime – but if detected early, it is usually treatable with a 99% five-year survival rate.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Find out how three lifestyle choices – weight management, exercise and limiting alcohol consumption – can reduce your risk of diagnosis or recurrence.
The cancer program at Central Vermont Medical Center is partnering with the Barre Town clerk/treasurer’s office and the Vermont Department of Health to distribute free radon-in-air test kits to Barre Town residents from October 16 to November 17.
People often enter into cancer treatment with the expectation that they might lose their hair, experience nausea or battle fatigue, but more patients are now learning and being counseled that they may experience changes in thinking.
If you’ve been diagnosed with a serious medical condition, it’s likely that your life is about to get complicated. Our Patient Navigator provides some valuable tips on how you can minimize problems by being prepared and recruiting support.