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Why should a man in perfectly good health see a doctor?
Your doctor can help you find the best solutions for quitting smoking, controlling weight and managing stress, as well as help implement other positive steps that will decrease your risk of heart disease, cancer and other chronic diseases.
One-half of men and one-third of women in the U.S. will develop some type of cancer in their lives. Diseases such as cancer are almost always easier to treat when caught early, before advanced symptoms appear, and treatment outcomes are better when disease is caught early. That said, plan to complete the following health screenings when your doctor recommends them:
Dr. Thomas Thorson is a board-certified family medicine doctor at Sanford East Mandan Clinic. A graduate of the University of North Dakota School of Medicine at Grand Forks, Dr. Thorson completed his residency at the University of North Dakota Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck. He has special medical interest in occupational medicine. To make an appointment with Dr. Thorson, visit bismarck.sanfordhealth.org or call (701) 667-5000.