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|Groups||Accepting First Option|
Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine,
|Fellowship||University of South Alabama Medical Center, 2012|
|Residency||University of South Alabama Medical Center, 2009|
|Internship||University of South Alabama Medical Center|
|Board certification||American Board of Internal Medicine|
One in every 22 men and one in every 24 women will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer this year. When detected early, the chance of being cured is good. Dr. Brent Keller of Southeast Gastroenterology explains why early detection is crucial.
It's about the size of a quarter, and it stops reflux on a dime. The Linx Reflux Management system is greatly improving the quality of life for many people whose lives are disrupted by gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) and don't wish to continue taking a proton-pump inhibitor (PPI) due to adverse side effects.
Colorectal cancer does not discriminate. Both men and women, in nearly equal numbers, are diagnosed with colorectal cancer every year. When detected early, the chance of being cured is good. Dr. Brent Keller of Southeast Gastroenterology explains why.