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Learn what our doctors do to prevent cancer treatment-related heart problems.
Operations that help people with heart disease get back to enjoying their active life. Critical cancer surgeries.
Doctors at Mercy Catholic Medical Center have a better way to find and treat certain cancers of the gastrointestinal tract through the use of endoscopic ultrasound
Rajesh P. Thirumaran, MD, an oncologist at Mercy Catholic Medical Center, discusses the latest in cancer care.
How healthy are your blood vessels? You may not know. That's why screening for abnormal conditions of blood vessels can be crucial.
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. He joined the medical staff as Director of Infusion Services at the Cancer Center.
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 is ready to help.
Managing your care involves sleuthing for salt. It’s found in a lot of foods and can make your condition worse by causing fluid buildup and forcing your heart to work harder.
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