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Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal Cancer

This month on Call the Doctor, our goal is to help you recognize the importance of screenings for colorectal cancer, while supplying you with direct contact to local resources. 

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Colorectal Cancer: Treatment & Resources

Colorectal Cancer: Treatment & Resources

Call the Doctor explores the treatments and resources available for colorectal cancer

Colorectal Cancer: Risk Factors & Screenings

Colorectal Cancer: Risk Factors & Screenings

Call the Doctor explores the importance of screenings for colorectal cancer

From NextAvenue

A New Way to Detect Colon Cancer

A New Way to Detect Colon Cancer

An at-home test makes screening more accessible

Yes, You Need a Colonoscopy

Yes, You Need a Colonoscopy

Routine screening is essential to beat colon cancer

From NPR News

Big Drop In Colon Cancer Fuels Push To Get More People Screened

Big Drop In Colon Cancer Fuels Push To Get More People Sc...

The number of people getting colon cancer has fallen, much of that progress is due to s...

Colon Cancer Screening More Likely When People Are Given A Choice

Colon Cancer Screening More Likely When People Are Given ...

One-third of people over age 50 aren't getting screened for colon cancer

From Frontline

A Last Wish

A Last Wish

If you knew you were dying, what would you do with the time you had left?

Dr. Lauren Hazzouri

Image - hazzouri.jpgDr. Lauren Hazzouri graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a double major in psychology and statistics from The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, where she was an Evan Pugh Scholar.  She completed her Master of Arts degree in psychology and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Marywood University, Scranton.

Currently, Dr. Hazzouri is owner and Licensed Psychologist at Hazzouri Psychology, Scranton, where she treats a full range of emotional and behavioral difficulties that occur in various settings and completes full educational and psychological test batteries. Her research interests include attachment, unhealthy relationship patterns, self esteem, and addiction interaction. In addition, Dr. Hazzouri is on the public education committee of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and is a member of the American Psychological Association.

 

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