Innovation Cancer News

Jul 26
A Culture of Caring
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East-Side Oncology Clinic in El Paso, Texas embraces the hispanic culture to provide optimal cancer care.
Jun 14
McAneny elected AMA president
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Dr. Barbara McAneny elected president of American Medical Association
Jun 01
Central Georgia Cancer Care
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Central Georgia Cancer Care has provided state of the art cancer care since 1977.
Apr 03
The Art of Cancer Care
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When designing the new cancer center in Albuquerque, Dr. Barbara McAneny set out to create a facility that was filled with light, color and beauty so that patients could be comfortable in the setting while receiving treatments.
Nov 18
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S.
Oct 15
Think Green in October
Innovation Cancer
People tend to “Think Pink” during the month of October, but it’s not the only color they should be seeing.
Oct 09
Think Pink For Men?
Innovation Cancer
With pink splashed everywhere from ribbons to professional sports uniforms most people are aware the month of October is dedicated to breast cancer awareness. You’ve most likely heard of breast cancer and its effects on women, but what about men?
Oct 01
Awareness Is Key
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The month of October launches Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a national campaign to increase awareness of the disease.
Sep 22
In October 2011, the US Preventive Services Task Force decided that the harms of regular prostate-specific antigen screening outweighed the benefits, which led them to recommend against regular screening for prostate cancer.
Sep 21
Men and Women Face Cancer Differently
The Wall Street Journal
Women and men with certain types of cancer appear to take very different approaches in deciding how to treat their disease.
Sep 05
Genetic and genomic testing for cancer susceptibility have introduced a new level of complexity to oncology practice, requiring appropriate education to ensure optimal use for patients.
Aug 04
Unity Bank has pledged to donate $250,000 to Hunterdon Healthcare over the next five years to support the healthcare needs of the community and aid future development projects such as the Norman and Denise Guilloud Cardiovascular Center.
Jul 25
Valley Medical Center’s Clinic Network recently received the highest level of Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), part of a national initiative for improving care coordination in primary care.
Jun 18
Five years ago, Connor Cosgrove was diagnosed with leukemia. Little did he know that his experience would lead to a business venture that provides a solution for a common, yet little-discussed issue for chemotherapy patients.
Jun 17
Patient Empowerment: 9 Tips for Taking Control of Your Cancer Care Costs
Tracy Foster, MBA, President of Lash Group, a part of AmerisourceBergen, Charlotte, NC
With some new medications, especially cancer medicines, having out-of-pocket monthly costs of $500 to $1,000 or more, it’s not surprising that medical debts make up half of all debt collections in the United States.
Jun 10
A cancer diagnosis comes with a lot of questions. Here is a printable list of questions to take to your physician and other health care providers about your diagnosis.
Jun 04
The Three Reasons So Many People are Getting Cancer
Dr. Bhavesh Balar, CentraState Medical Center in Freehold, NJ
As an oncologist, I'm frequently asked why so many people these days are being diagnosed with cancer. Considering the significant inroads we've made over the past 50 years in terms of cancer research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment, it doesn't seem to make sense.