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Breast Cancer Month Continues on Health Talk
Dr. Ryan Marshall is a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon.  Dr. Marshall takes pride in focusing on the entire health and well-being of his patients, not just their physical ailments.  Dr. Marshall takes particular interest in helping women with breast cancer, and he provid…
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Kicks-Off on Health Talk
Dr. Michael Stewart was born in Albuquerque, NM and raised and attended the University of New Mexico, UNM medical school, and a residency in Diagnostic Radiology. He and his wife have twin boys who are grown and live in Missoula. The Stewarts moved to Missoula in 1992 and love Montana, and enjoy bei…
Breast Cancer Screening and Information On Health Talk
Our two guests on this week's Health Talk. Roni Nelsen is the Diagnostic Nurse Navigator and Genetics Educator for Community Medical center.  She helps navigate patients during their screening and diagnostic workup.  She also assists patients who are concerned with their risk regardin…
Dr Tim Richards Takes A Deep Dive into The Body and Varicose Veins
Dr. Timothy Richards, MD, FACS is a Board Certified Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas, and earned his Doctorate of Medicine at Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans...
Cancer Screening with Dr. Stephen Tahta
Dr. Stephen Tahta grew up in Montreal, Canada. He went to medical school at McGill University and went on to receive training in general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery at McGill. He moved to Montana to learn more about heart valve surgery from well-known experts Carlos Duran and Jim Oury who wer…
Pam Lockwood Talks Diet, Diabetes and Healthy Living in Montana
Pam Lockwood
Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetic Educator
Coordinator of the Diabetes and Heart Disease Prevention Program at Community Medical Center.

Nearly 30 million Americans are living with diabetes and 86 million Americans have pre diabetes which is defined as a fasting blood sugar of 10…
The Community Cancer Center Front and Center on Health Talk
Susan Rick is the Director of Cancer Services at Community Medical Center. Susan holds a Bachelors in Nursing, a Master of Public Administration and has been a Nurse for 32 years with 15 of those years at Community Medical Center.
Skin Cancer: How to Identify Potential Problems and Smart Preventative Care
Dr. Ryan Marshall is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with expertise in cosmetic as well as reconstructive procedures. He received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, He then moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he completed a five‐year resid…
Kristin Anderson Quizzes Our Hosts on Health – Play Along!
Dr. Kristin Anderson is a Montana native and her Montana roots go four generations deep.  Raised in Bozeman among a family of history nuts, she learned early to appreciate the heritage of Big Sky.  At eleven, she came upon a children’s book at the public library titled “Naya Nu…
Skin Cancer – New Technology and Information You Can Use
Talking technology on Health Talk with Ryan Duarte.  Ryan is a resident of Victor, Montana where he lives with his wife of 10 years and their 2 children ages 2 and 4. Ryan is a software developer and co founder of Montana Root Applications Inc with his team working from Missoula Montana...
Pediatric Intensive Care on Health Talk
Maria Gurreri, RN. has been a pediatric and pediatric intensive care nurse for 24 years, working at CMC for 20 of those years. Maria has been involved in pediatric infusions since 2005 when the program was launched at Community. She is now the newly dedicated pediatric infusion nurse at Community an…
Leading a Gluten Free Life? Listen Here.
Tom Flass MD, MS was our guest on Monday's Health Talk.   Listen here for the complete interview with Peter and Jon.
Some key facts:
Celiac disease affects at least 1 in 100 people in the USA and numbers are increasing
80% of the people in the USA with celiac are currently undiagnosed
Estimates are that…