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Eat the Beet!

Beetroots (more commonly known as beets) are not a common food in everyone's diet Deborah Gerszberg but they should be! Beets are a dark red-purple vegetable, but come in other colors too, such as golden yellow. Beets get their deep color from the betanin (a phytonutrient) and betacyanin (antioxidant) found in them. There are many phytonutrients and antioxidants found in plant based foods, teas, and herbs. These special compounds help fight cancer by getting rid of free radicals in your body. This is one of the many reasons it is important to consume a colorful and varied plant-based diet.
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Nurse practitioner Donald Garmon discusses the unique work being done at the Pancreas Center's Pancreatic Cyst Surveillance Clinic.
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From left to right: Selim M. Arcasoy, MD, FCCP, FACP, Joshua R. Sonett, MD, Neil Schluger, MD, Byron Thomashow, MD.
What's New in the Department of Surgery

Price Family Center for Comprehensive Chest Care

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What's New in the Department of Surgery

Video Discussions with Dr. Marc Bessler

Dr. Marc Bessler discusses dieting, weight management, and weight loss surgery.
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Direct-acting antiviral medications boost cure rate, shorten duration of therapy
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What's New in the Department of Surgery

Study on Genetics and Breast Cancer in Asian Women

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What's New in the Department of Surgery

Tissue AIR Expansion System for Breast Reconstruction

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