GPPC Blog

Disney World closed. Broadway closed. The NBA, NHL, MLB, XFL, and NLL all suspended. Here in Buffalo, The St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a cultural must in our town, cancelled.

COVID-19 is here, and it is here for the foreseeable future. At General Physician, PC, we are working every day to make sure not only our patients, providers and staff are informed and well-prepared, but also our community at large.

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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and at General Physician, PC, we are dedicating the month to educating not only our patients, but everyone in the communities we serve about the importance of getting screened for colon cancer.

When diagnosed early, colon cancer has a 95 percent survival rate. When screening is delayed and the cancer isn’t discovered until late stage, the survival rate drops to 14 percent.

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Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired? Visiting your primary care physician might just help you change that. It’s good practice to call your doctor when you’re feeling under the weather, but it’s an even better practice to call your doctor before you’re sick.

Preventative care is a critical part of your overall health and well being. Your primary care physician isn’t here just to help you when you’re sick, they’re here to keep you from getting sick by keeping a watchful eye over your health.

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