#AskDoctorTom Episode 18: Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) has many other names, but all of them start with the word “acute,” which means the cancer has to potential to spread quickly.

Are Hemorrhoids linked to Colon Cancer?

In this episode of Ask Doctor Tom, Dr. Thomas Incledon explains the connection between hemorrhoids to colon cancer. If hemorrhoids remain untreated, it can only create more problems for you.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 10: Triple Negative Breast Cancer

With Triple Negative Breast Cancer, there are some risk factors over which, unfortunately, women have no control. These include race, age, and genetics.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 41: Lymphoma

Lymphoma is a terrifying form of Cancer as it’s a specialized form that can effect anyone. Doctor Tom looks to take away some of the fear by diving into this form of Cancer so people can be more aware of it’s existence.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 16: Ampullary Cancer

The keys with doing as much as you can to prevent gallbladder cancer are living an overall healthy life and staying up-to-date with your health status through regular doctor’s appointments.

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What are the symptoms of Colon Cancer?

What are the symptoms of colon cancer? Dr. Thomas Incledon explains the challenge people have recognizing their symptoms and how to catch this killer as early as possible in this clip from the #AskDoctorTom podcast.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 9: Gallbladder Cancer

The keys with doing as much as you can to prevent gallbladder cancer are living an overall healthy life and staying up-to-date with your health status through regular doctor’s appointments.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 14: Ocular Melanoma

Eye or ocular melanoma develops most often in the middle layer of the eye called the uvea. Found under the sclera (white part of the eye), the uvea houses the iris (colored part of the eye), the choroid layer of blood vessels and tissues, and a ciliary body that secretes a transparent liquid called aqueous humor into the eye.

#AskDoctorTom Episode 75: Vaginal Cancer

Dr. Tom stresses that being aware of symptoms and talking about cervical cancer causes with young women is key to prevention, especially when paired with annual screenings and tests.

#AskDoctorTom: What is Sarcoma?

In this episode of Ask Doctor Tom, Doctor Tom talks about sarcoma in general, Ewing’s sarcoma, and how it affects the bone or soft tissue.