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Michael Hunter, MD
First Name
Michael
Last Name
Hunter
Bio
I received an undergraduate degree from Harvard, a medical degree from Yale, and trained in radiation oncology at the University of Pennsylvania. I practice radiation oncology in the Seattle area.
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United States
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MD
University Attended
Harvard
Graduated Year
1985-11-01
Fields of Interest
Wellness Cancer
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scary headlines proclaiming that the sweetener xylitol — in the gum that I am chewing as I write — is linked to a higher risk of heart attack, stroke, and early death

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A new study published in Radiology, a journal of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), suggests artificial intelligence (AI) could be the game-changer we’ve been waiting for.

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Anticoagulation shows no benefit in preventing a second stroke.

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I thought the story of scary bug-eyed fish with fiber-optic lights protruding from their foreheads would be my story of the week. But then I saw scary headlines proclaiming that the sweetener xylitol — in the gum that I am chewing as I write — is linked to a higher risk of heart attack, stroke, and early […]

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Telehealth video medicine became popular in my oncology clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fish oil supplements, which boast high omega-3 fatty acids, EPA, and DHA, have been a mainstay in heart-healthy routines for years.

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DEMENTIA IS A GROUP OF CONDITIONS THAT AFFECT MEMORY, thinking, behavior, and more. The disease is a growing concern worldwide. While there’s no guaranteed way to prevent it, I’m excited that new research suggests a delicious dietary pattern might offer a glimmer of hope. Goals This essay will explore the potential link between the widely celebrated […]

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For three decades, the yearly mammogram breast cancer screening, but a recent guideline update has thrown a wrench into this familiar routine.

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A growing body of evidence suggests that the fight against dementia should begin earlier, before the brain changes that facilitate cognitive decline.

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Researchers posit that a sedentary lifestyle coupled with poor dietary habits may play a role in the development of the ailment. Sarcopenia: What you need to know.

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