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Meet Dr. Samer Kasbari! Dr. Kasbari was formerly an assistant professor of hematology/oncology at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lillington, North Carolina before coming to SMOC. In addition to his many outstanding qualifications, Dr. Kasbari has been recognized by his peers several times during his career.

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November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month — an important time to raise awareness about the dangers of smoking. Cigarette smoking is linked to 80 to 90 percent of lung cancers. But lung cancer isn’t the only type of cancer caused by smoking. It’s also responsible for cancer of the mouth and throat, esophagus, stomach, colon, rectum, liver, pancreas, trachea, kidney, bladder and cervix.

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Sometimes it's best to take cancer treatment one step at a time.
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Today we honor the brave men and women who have served in our armed forces. Thank you for your service to our country. We encourage everyone to visit A Million Thanks to grant the wish of an injured vet. #ThankAVet

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Early cancer detection is your best line of defense for beating the disease. So don't skip those yearly exams!

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Anyone can get lung cancer – even if they've never smoked. Who do you fight for?

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Happy Halloween! Have a spooktacular day!
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Everyone battles cancer in their own unique way. For some, it's a deeply private matter only shared with close family and friends. For others, it's a journey they choose to share with the world. No matter how you choose to tell your story, it is your own and only you can tell it.

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Today is National Mammography Day, which serves to remind women over 40 to get regular screenings. Learn more about mammograms – and why you should get one:

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Elite athletes have an almost unparalleled drive to succeed, but this Olympic athlete's story is vastly different from that of her peers.
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