“I am really looking forward to my colonoscopy,” said no one ever. Let’s face it; a colonoscopy ranks right up there with a root canal for least favorite necessary evil. The good news is that some of the prep has improved in the last few years,
Presenter: Chris DeNucci, MD One Foot in Front of the Other: Ultra-running with a J-Pouch Join us for a discussion with Dr. DeNucci as he describes his active lifestyle as an ultra marathoner with a J-Pouch. He will join us for a videoconference from San Francisco and talk about the challenges and rewards of running in long-distance competitions with a J-Pouch.
I have formed this Take Steps team because I know the power of teamwork. I know that when we band together, we can have an even greater impact on patients and families living with these diseases.
Colon cancer is preventable or if detected early curable. However, early Screening is Essential to the Prevention of Colon and Rectal Cancers. Early screening can also affect the Cure Rate of Colon and Rectal Cancers.
The RCRS J pouch support group will meet again this Spring!
Spring 2017 J-Pouch Support Group Meeting Dr. Stephen Rauh will present:“Restorative Proctocolectomy – the J-pouch Procedure:Images and Videos” Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 6pm – 7pm Webster Public Library 980 Ridge Road Webster, NY 14580 585-872-7075 www.websterlibrary.org This meeting is open to the public.
Dr. Brian Teng is leading a J Pouch support group about the use of social media with chronic disease. Here are the details, and we hope to see you there! Thursday, October 27, 6:30pm – 7:30pm Department of Medicine Conference Room First Floor Near the Cafeteria Unity Hospital 1555 Long Pond Road Rochester,
The RCRS J pouch support group will meet on April 25th 2016 Location: Webster Library, NY, 14580 Time: 7pm – 8pm Topic: “Treatment Options for Pouchitis” This is a casual meeting, friends and family members are welcome. Questions are encouraged.
Early Screening is Essential to the Prevention of Colon and Rectal Cancers. Early screening can also affect the Cure Rate of Colon and Rectal Cancers. Colorectal cancer is the fourth most commonly occurring cancer in the USA and nearly five percent of Americans will develop colorectal cancer in their lifetime.
Did you know that the surgeons at RCRS are involved in ongoing research related to robotic surgery, patient care, collaboration with advanced practice providers (APPs) in Colorectal Surgery? Dr. Hriesik who was born in Germany will present at the German Colorectal Society meeting in Munich,