News & Events

A new decade, a daunting diagnosis

For some people, turning 30 is a milestone punctuated by inspiring social media quotes and a fresh perspective. But for Stephanie Kenney, her 30th year was when she started battling for her life.

Read More

Prevent colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer screening is essential and lifesaving. In the U.S., colorectal cancer is the 3rd most common cancer, yet it is also one of the most preventable. It’s highly treatable and often curable when caught early

Read More

A gastroenterologist’s morning routine

Every New Year brings a flurry of headlines about getting a fresh start in the New Year, from hitting the gym to eating more veggies, to meditating…with many health-conscious folks recommending that you incorporate these activities into your morning routine. But have you considered why these practices are great way to start your day? The key is gut health.

Read More

Detecting cancer before symptoms appear – William Irwin’s story

William Irwin, a 35 year resident of Sarasota, is no stranger to the healthcare system. He fought and beat prostate cancer more than once, which left him with radiation burns in his colon and stomach. So when he learned he was eligible for a new clinical test that checks for abnormal cells in the esophagus, Irwin was game.

Read More