When cancer is found early, treatment works best. When treatment works best, there is a better chance for a cure. People often ignore the signs and symptoms that can be associated with cancer. They don’t know that the symptoms could mean something more is wrong or they may be afraid of what the symptom could lead to.
Nurse Practitioner Kenlyn Laureys cares for patients getting cancer infusion treatments in Niles, Michigan.
At age 79, Dowagiac resident, Nancy Pallas, decided to opt for a 3D mammogram, which was able to detect a stage 1A tumor. Her care team quickly assembled to help her beat the cancer.
Retired engineer Martin Dixon takes a matter of fact, analytical approach to life. So, when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he faced his treatment with the same outlook.
Eating well and getting enough physical activity can reduce the risk for cancer occurrence by up to 61%. Even better, you don’t have to make a lot of changes all at once.
You can help find cancer early by checking your skin each month. Dermatologist, Riddhi Shah, DO, explains what to look for using the ABCDE method.
Whatever your cancer diagnosis, you'll find the care and resources you need at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
Judi was shocked to learn that her pain was caused by colon cancer. Thanks to general surgeon, Michael Webb, MD, Judi is now cancer free.
Learn about the factors that contribute to an individual's risk for breast cancer.
Advanced practitioner Kathryn Vera works in the high risk cancer program at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
Genetic counselor Samantha Witt works in the high risk cancer program at Spectrum Health Lakeland.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is pleased to welcome Manthan Kimmane, NP, to the medical staff at Spectrum Health Lakeland Heart and Vascular.
The Veggie Van will offer free healthy foods and nutrition information from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 6 at University Medical Specialties in Berrien Springs.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is pleased to welcome urologist, Suresh Potluri, MD, to the medical staff.
Community members are invited to attend the At the Heart of Healing Gala on Saturday, November 12.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is helping community members lower their risks by providing education about healthy lifestyle changes through a free diabetes prevention program.
Lakeland Care will offer drive-through community flu shots through October.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is pleased to welcome Lindsey Kinney, DO, to the medical staff.
The Economic Alliance for Michigan (EAM) has recognized Spectrum Health Lakeland Medical Center in St. Joseph and Spectrum Health Lakeland Hospital Niles as recipients of the Hospital Maternity Care Excellence Award.
Priority Health, Oronoko Township and the National Fitness Campaign (NFC) are pleased to announce the opening of an outdoor Priority Health Fitness Court® in Berrien Springs.
Older adults and individuals caring for a loved one 65 years or older are encouraged to attend a free community event, Seniors in the know: Life planning made easy.
Spectrum Health Lakeland is pleased to welcome cardiologist John-Phillip Markovic, MD to the medical staff.
The Veggie Van will offer free healthy foods and nutrition information from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 at Southwestern Medical Clinic in Niles.
Spectrum Health Lakeland has revised its visitor guidelines effective Wednesday, August 31.
Spectrum Health Lakeland congratulated 22 local high school students who completed the 2022 GROWTH internship program.
Spectrum Health Lakeland will host an in-person hiring event on Tuesday, August 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hanson Care Park.