Dr. Vorenberg and Dr. Gentry Podcast with HCB2 Founder Mindy Conklin

Dr. Andrew J. Vorenberg and Dr. Cary L. Gentry recently joined the HCB2 Fight Right podcast.

In the 30-minute conversation, they discussed what colorectal (colon and rectal) cancer screening is, and explained the various screening options available.

They also answer common questions including:

  • If you have a family history of polyps, should screening begin earlier?
  • Has the age for routine screening been lowered to age 45?
  • What type of patient is eligible for a noninvasive, in-home screening option?

You can listen to the full podcast below or head over to the HCB2 website to listen to this podcast and many others on important topics to keep you informed and healthy.

Come Walk With Dr. Miller At ACAC On March 12th

dr peter miller from colon and rectal specialistsAs part of the Walk With A Doc series, we invite you come walk with Dr. Peter Miller Thursday March 12, 2020 at ACAC in Midlothian.

Rain or shine, the indoor track at ACAC will give you a chance to get some exercise while also providing the opportunity to learn more your health by asking Dr. Miller questions in a casual environment.

Sponsored by Bon Secours, this event is free and open to the public, you don’t need to be a current member of ACAC to participate.

What: Walk With A Doc | Peter Miller

When: Thursday, March 12, 2020 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Where: 11621 Robious Road, Midlothian, Virginia 23113

RSVP: None needed, just show up and join


Dr. Vorenberg In The Richmond Times Dispatch

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month dedicated to awareness, education and the importance of  colonoscopy screenings to prevent colon cancer before it starts.

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States but when caught early it is highly treatable. An estimated 60% of the deaths attributed to colon cancer could be prevented with routine screenings, like colonoscopies. Dr. Vorenberg, and all the physicians at CRS, are dedicated to educating patients, and the community, about the importance of simple screening tests that could save many lives.

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