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Potential Warning Signs of Breast Cancer You Should Not Ignore


Potential Warning Signs of Breast Cancer You Should Not Ignore Cancer screenings are important. In 2017, The National Cancer Institute estimates there will be over 1.6million new cases of cancer diagnosed in the United States, and they predict over 600,000 people will die from the disease. Of these new cases of cancer, the most common type of [...]

Potential Warning Signs of Breast Cancer You Should Not Ignore2017-12-11T20:49:29-05:00

The Latest Breakthroughs in Blood Cancer Treatment


The Latest Breakthroughs in Blood Cancer Treatment A blood cancer diagnosis is a serious one. Every three minutes, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with leukemia, myeloma, or lymphoma. If you or a loved one has blood cancer, there are several promising new treatments you should know about. Here are the latest breakthroughs in blood cancer [...]

The Latest Breakthroughs in Blood Cancer Treatment2017-11-07T17:02:36-05:00

Patient Testimonials: Krista’s Story


Krista Bonner | AO Multispecialty Clinic patient & breast cancer survivor My name is Krista Bonner, and I’m 46 years old.  Nearly two years ago, on November 20th 2014, I was diagnosed with breast cancer.  It was detected on a routine mammogram (luckily, I’ve gone every year since I was 36 years old).  [...]

Patient Testimonials: Krista’s Story2017-10-08T19:28:59-04:00

A Letter from Pamela Fletcher


In this fast-paced world of smart phones, emails, and general technology overload, we think there are few things more lovely than a heartfelt, handwritten letter - especially when it's from one of our dear patients. Breast cancer survivor Pamela Fletcher recently took the time to write us a letter about her "wonderful adventure" as a [...]

A Letter from Pamela Fletcher2017-02-08T17:52:47-05:00

Patient Testimonials: Laurie’s Story


This summer, we’re sharing with you personal stories of some of the bravest souls we know: our beloved patients. Each of them has bestowed upon us the privilege of being part of their journey to health and healing, and allowing us to be witness to their limitless courage and hope. We recently sat down with [...]

Patient Testimonials: Laurie’s Story2016-08-05T21:17:18-04:00

June: National Cancer Survivor Month


This year at AO Multispecialty Clinic, it's been our goal to help draw attention to and increase awareness of various types of cancer, particularly those types with which Americans are most commonly afflicted.  This month, however, we're shining the spotlight not on the common enemy, but on the true heroes.  They're the bravest souls we [...]

June: National Cancer Survivor Month2016-06-20T17:40:43-04:00

May: Melanoma Awareness Month


The weather in Augusta has been beautiful lately, and the pleasant temperatures probably mean that you and your family are spending a lot more time out in the sun – which puts you at a higher risk for developing melanoma (the most dangerous form of skin cancer).  When you think about protecting your skin from [...]

May: Melanoma Awareness Month2016-05-09T15:24:36-04:00

Scrubs: Cracking the Color Code


When you walk the halls of AO Multispecialty Clinic, you’re likely to see team members dressed in scrubs of varying colors. Medical practices don’t always have a rhyme or reason to the color of scrubs worn by staff. But here at AO Multispecialty Clinic, color has an important purpose: it helps everyone, particularly patients and [...]

Scrubs: Cracking the Color Code2016-04-10T17:55:21-04:00

March: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month


At AO Multispecialty Clinic, we’re firm believers of raising cancer awareness in order to facilitate early detection; education is essential for cancer prevention. We want this blog to be an informative resource for you, so each month we’ll be emphasizing awareness for a different form of cancer. As you probably already know, cancer awareness is [...]

March: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month2016-03-18T19:12:15-04:00

Nancy T.


Very caring physicians and staff. You’re treated with the most respect and patience, and they’re very informative about your treatment.

Nancy T.2016-03-08T19:28:56-05:00