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Reduce your risk: The anti-cancer diet
Oct 05, 2018 | Our Communities
Cancer can be affected by many different factors – from chemicals in the environment, products you use in your home and even in what you eat. While there is no diet that will prevent getting cancer, your diet and dietary habits can help reduce your risk.
Legacy Health announces new Chief Financial Officer, Anna Loomis, MBA
Jul 11, 2018 | Our People
Sixteen years later, Loomis returns to her roots, ready to tackle Oregon health care
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Your summer commute is looking dreary
Jul 05, 2018 | Our World
Beginning in early July and continuing through August, the Portland metro area will experience the busiest road construction season in a decade.
Think You Know? Myths (Excuses) and Facts about Colorectal Cancer Screening
Mar 25, 2018 | Our People
There’s a lot of information out there about colorectal cancer and colonoscopies, that it can be hard to sort fact from fiction. We’re here to help! Tes
New socks for the walk to a better life
Dec 14, 2017 | Our Communities
Third annual Legacy Health Sock Drive collects almost 30,000 new pairs of socks for underserved neighbors
Small device brings freedom from worry
Dec 12, 2017 | Our Patients
When Patti Sue Till reached menopause, she began having distressing changes in her bladder function. It’s not uncommon for women going through menopause to experience urinary problems.
Digestive device brings hope for a normal life
Dec 11, 2017 | Our Patients
Read about Zack Groen's journey living with gastroparesis in The Columbian: READ MORE >
Breast reconstruction surgery helps recover sense of wholeness after mastectomy
Oct 24, 2017 | Our Communities
A woman with a breast cancer diagnosis will face intensive treatments on her journey to stop cancer. For some women, cancer treatment requires a body-changing mastectomy surgery.
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Finding support for her breast cancer journey
Oct 19, 2017 | Our Patients
Natalie Dubovskaja learned the importance of listening to her body after losing her mother to kidney cancer. “My mother’s cancer was late stage when it was discovered,” said Dubovskaja. “Until then, she had no idea that she had cancer.”
Surviving cancer and thriving with yoga therapy
Oct 16, 2017 | Our Communities
The instructor warmly greets class participants as they arrive for the weekly yoga therapy session. Quiet conversations give way to laughter and hugs as the room fills and they get ready for the class.
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