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Cannon has performed more robotic colorectal resections than any other female surgeon in the country, and the second most amongst all academic surgeons.
Low or limited health literacy is common among adults in the United States and may affect health outcomes in many ways, according to the government’s Healthy People 2020.
The UAB Division of Gastrointestinal Surgery will host an esophageal cancer event on the first-floor lobby of The Kirklin Clinic on Nov. 15.
Patients with low health literacy are at high risk of having poor health outcomes and experiences.
UAB doctors will host a free communitywide education event to discuss treatment and diagnosis of hernias.

Using SeamlessMD, UAB Medicine provides patients with a digital experience through which they can access information about their surgeries via cellphone, tablet or computer — from surgery preparation to the recovery process.

Most people refrain from calling attention to an unusual bulge in their lower abdomen. But it could be a potentially dangerous condition that needs to be discussed with your doctor right away.
When you struggle with weight issues, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by your weight loss options and dismayed by setbacks.
UAB's Enhanced Recovery After Surgery pathway uses technology to improve patient recovery from major surgery.
One UAB School of Nursing faculty member is impacting outcomes for ostomy patients with online postoperative visits.
The interdisciplinary approach aims to accelerate clinical innovation by training STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — students and clinicians to collaborate.
Greg Kennedy wants to raise the profile of GI surgery division, which he says “is one of the most talented divisions as a group in the United States.”