Sanford Children’s Pediatric Oncologists are here to provide the latest in chemotherapy while minimizing side-effects as much as possible. Our pediatric cancer nurses and child life specialists are here to support each child and their family before, during and after treatment.
What is Chemotherapy?
Chemotherapy (often just called "chemo") re...
Dry eye syndrome occurs when the tear glands do not produce enough tears, causing your eyes to feel itchy, scratchy, and irritated. If artificial tears don’t help, talk to your Sanford eye professional.
Most cervical cancers are attributed to two strains of the HPV virus – a sexually contracted disease that infects 80 percent of women by the age of 50. With preventative measures and regular screenings, most cervical cancers can be prevented.
When you’re ready to welcome a baby to your life, Sanford Women’s provides preconception and genetic counseling, a variety of prenatal care options, reproductive medicine services and a range of classes to help you prepare for and manage your pregnancy.
Physical therapists work in conjunction with Orthopedics & Sports Medicine physicians, athletic trainers and occupational therapists to help patients reduce pain, restore muscle and bone function, prevent injury and improve the quality of life after injury or illness.