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Cancer Appointments Within 48 Hours

Our Oncology Access Center team members will schedule your initial comprehensive appointment with a Duke Oncology provider. Learn more.

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Stay Safe and Healthy Playing Pickleball

Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports enjoyed by young and old. While it’s a great way to be active and social, it’s also important to stay healthy and safe. Here, Kendall Bradley, MD, a sports medicine orthopaedic surgeon at Duke Sports Medicine Green Level in Cary, offers 5 tips to prevent injury and enjoy the game.

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Tonsil Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment, and All Clear in Less Than Six Months

When a suspicious lump in her neck wouldn’t go away, 52-year-old Kim Barnard learned she had cancer. The Roxboro, NC resident’s first move was transferring her care to Duke Health, where a team of head and neck oncologists worked quickly to confirm her diagnosis and begin treatment. After undergoing treatment, Barnard shows no evidence of cancer, is back to work, and is spending time with her beloved family, dog, and horses.

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