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Agnesian HealthCare Cancer Care Services brings cancer care closer to cancer patients. With offices in Fond du Lac, Ripon, and Waupun, there is no need to travel far to get the most advanced technology and treatment.
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Precise cancer treatment option

In January 2015, the Agnesian Cancer Center will begin clinically using the Varian TrueBeam Linear Accelerator.  The TrueBeam is one of the most technologically advanced radiation treatment machines used in today’s cancer treatment.  The TrueBeam offers physicians several imaging options which allow them to see the area that needs to be treated and align the [...]

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Don’t Forget Your Sunscreen in the Winter

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean it’s time to put away the sunblock. You may be at increased risk of sun damage to your skin if you enjoy outdoor winter sports. Some factors that increase risk of sun damage to your skin include skiing and snowboarding at high altitudes. The UV radiation from the sun [...]

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Colon cancer in Wisconsin

Colon cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in the State of Wisconsin.  The good news is, some colon cancers can be prevented with proper tests and screening.  There are several different screening procedures available for patients. Colonoscopies -Considered the gold standard because the procedure allows physicians to see inside the entire colon, if there [...]

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January: Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Cervical cancer starts when normal cells in the cervix begin to change. When the cells first begin to change, these cells are called pre-cancerous. The pre-cancerous cells can be found early with a pap test before they turn into an invasive cancer. Finding these abnormal cells early allow for treatment options that can stop the progression into cancer. A [...]

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Audio blog: Dr. Troicki discusses radiation therapy at the Agnesian Cancer Center

Recently, Dr. Troicki was interviewed about his work at the Agnesian Cancer Center. Listen in as he discusses radiation therapy, chemotherapy, Protura and other updates on cancer treatment.

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Got Prostate?

Written by: Filip Troicki, M.D., Agnesian Cancer Care Center With prostate, you either have it or you don’t. Believe it or not, most people don’t know what a prostate is, where it’s found and what it’s good for. If you’re a man, you were born with a prostate and chances are good that you’re sitting [...]

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Obesity increases cancer risk

It has long been known that obesity increases our risk for cardiovascular disease.  New research is confirming that obesity also increases our risk for developing cancer.  A recent study in the United Kingdom and published in the Lancet revealed that high body mass index (BMI) greatly increases risk for many common cancers.  BMI and weight [...]

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Smoking Myths

Dr. Filip Troicki a board certified radiation oncologist at the Agnesian Cancer Center recently talked with kids at the Fond du Lac Boys & Girls Club about the dangers of tobacco.  The goal of the discussion was to determine if kids really understood about the dangers and addictions of tobacco products.  The intent of the [...]

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Eating to prevent cancer

The Journal of the American College of Nutrition unveiled new dietary guidelines for cancer prevention. The focus of the new guidelines is a plant based diet. Food choices should be focused on fruits, vegetables and legumes, and limiting certain foods like well-cooked meat and alcohol. Six dietary recommendations to help prevent cancer: Reduce consumption of [...]

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The Silent Killer

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. Ovarian cancer often has few symptoms in the early stages of the disease, or the symptoms are non-specific and could result from many other less harmful conditions in the body. Because ovarian cancer has few, non-specific symptoms until it has progressed to an advanced stage, it is often [...]

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