Texas Center for Proton Therapy is dedicated to creating more cancer survivors by bringing advanced, latest-generation proton therapy to North Texas.
Radiation therapy, or radiotherapy, uses high-energy rays to damage or kill cancer cells and prevent them from growing and dividing.
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Clinical trials allow you to access new, experimental treatments before they are widely available.
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Texas Oncology is ready to help you fight cancer.
Support of family and friends is vital to healing. Our community-based approach enables patients to stay connecgted throughout treatment and recovery.
Texas Oncology will implement an innovative, quality care program that emphasizes overall patient experience and outcomes.
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Today’s hope is a starting point for tomorrow’s breakthrough. Our robust research program drives innovation.
Our expert physicians use the most advanced treatments and technologies to give our patients the best possible outcomes.
Texas Oncology has been selected to participate in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Oncology Care Model (OCM). The OCM is a new initiative introduced by CMS’ Innovation Center that will transform and enhance the delivery of cancer care.
Evidence-based best practices guide patient treatment. Your physician can draw on the collective wisdom of our extensive network, providing you the care and expertise you need.
We don’t just provide treatments – we help create them. Our physicians are continuously involved in national clinical trials, providing you with the latest, most advanced treatment options. Medicine is always evolving – and so are we.
Our tailored therapies make our cancer care more personal. It’s about you. Because no two patients, and no two cancers, are the same.
In partnership with Seton Healthcare Family, Texas Oncology, and Austin Radiological Association, a team of biomedical engineering and medical researchers from The University of Texas at Austin have embarked on a two-year clinical study testing advanced imaging methods that could provide patients and physicians with new, valuable information on how to treat breast cancer in patients.
The clinical study, which began on October 1, 2016, plans to enroll 100 breast cancer patients from Seton and Texas Oncology.
Texas Oncology today announced details on what will be the largest comprehensive cancer care center in San Antonio, currently under construction at Huebner Road and Research Drive.
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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about cervical cancer symptoms, risk factors, and treatments.
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