Skip to main content

Aronoff keynote at Colorectal Cancer Awareness event

Dr. Aronoff is highly sought after for his expertise in Colorectal Cancer treatment and prevention. In addition to his medical practice, his scholarly work continues to be received and celebrated.

The information presented at the Colorectal Cancer Awareness Wellness Campaign was the first in a series to educate the public about the prevention and cures available to those who are at risk. Dr. Aronoff was chosen because of his expertise as a colon and rectal surgeon for more than 20 years. His affiliation with Lenox Hill Hospital and Mt. Sinai Beth Israel provide him with a wealth of information and experience when discussing prevention through screening as well as prevention by managing risk factors such as diet, weight, smoking, alcohol and physical activity.

On March 7, 2018 Dr. Aronoff addressed an audience of distinguished guests to explain how Colorectal Cancer is being managed by innovative technology and lifestyle changes. Presented by Human Capital Management (HCM) – NYC Department of Social Services at 4 World Trade Center at the James R. Dumpson Center, the Colorectal Cancer Awareness Campaign included testimonial from colorectal cancer survivor Rebecca Kirchheimer who shared her hope that cancer screening and lifestyle changes continue to be promoted for the health and well being of everyone.

Mark L. Neal, Esq., acting Executive Deputy Commissioner, HCM, welcomed the distinguished audience of medical and public leaders. Event Organizers included Angela Miller, Project Coordinator, CCS, HCM; Barbara Woods, Director, Employee Programs, HCM; Corinna Fales, Writer & Editor, CCS, HCM; and Natalia Manan, Executive Director, CCS, HCM.

HPV and anal warts

When to test for colorectal cancer? By age 45


You Might Also Enjoy...

When to test for colorectal cancer? By age 45

The American Cancer Society (ACS) updated their guideline for colorectal cancer screening to include all men and women by age 45 for people at average risk. The previous guidelines were less rigid and did not recommend screenings begin for...

HPV and anal warts

HPV and anal warts The human papillomavirus, or HPV, infection causes small bumps (warts) on the genitals, anus and in the anal canal. Vaccines can help to protect against many strains of HPV.

Anal incontinence treatments

Anal incontinence treatments Anal incontinence treatments typically include non-invasive medicines or surgery. Sometimes called bowel incontinence or fecal incontinence, anal incontinence is a serious condition that has the ability to limit mobility and...

Stopping rectal pain

Stopping rectal pain Stopping rectal pain means addressing the root cause. Sometimes called anorectal pain, rectal pain can come from many different things, including anal fissure, constipation and diarrhea.