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Read more about what’s happening at Texas Oncology and the newest advancements in cancer care. Here are the latest Texas Oncology news and stories highlighting local practices and patients. Select a search option below by cancer center, physician, media type and year and click the search button to find your results. Items in yellow are articles and items in blue are videos.

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The Sequester, Tourism and Cancer

Publication: Longview News-Journal, Longview
The Washington Post wrote: “Cancer clinics across the country have begun turning away thousands of Medicare patients, blaming the sequester budget cuts.”

Caregivers a Crucial, Often Invisible Army

Publication: Ultimate Fort Bend, Fort Bend
“More than 60 million Americans will serve as unpaid caregivers this year,” said Dr. Caesar Tin-U of Texas Oncology. “Caregivers are truly unsung heroes.”

Congressman Carter Tours Oncology Center

Publication: Austin American-Statesman
U.S. Representative John Carter toured the Texas Oncology Cedar Park Cancer Center and met with staff during a visit on April 3.

Fox News' Greta Van Susteren Blasts Gov't for Denying Treatment to Cancer Patients

Publication: The Christian Post, National
On Fox News' "On the Record," Greta Van Susteren shamed the federal government for denied treatment for thousands of cancer patients on Medicare.

Early Vigilance can Help Stop Colon Cancer

Publication: Ultimate Woodlands, Woodlands
Dr. John Thachil, an expert at Texas Oncology, discusses how pre-screening for colon cancer can save lives.

In the Fight Against Cancer, Everyone Can Join

Publication: Houston Community News, Houston
With choices that balance your interests, time and resources, your cancer supporting role can make a difference in the life of patients and in yours.

Fighting Cancer Together

Publication: Ultimate Fort Bend, Houston
When Sugar Land resident Domingo Salcido was diagnosed with cancer, he just just went to work with the doctors and nurses at Texas Oncology to "fix it."

Helping Caregivers, the Unsung Heroes of Cancer Care

Publication: Rancher, Houston

When Texas Oncology patient Barbara Warf was diagnosed with cancer, friend Violet Parsons and her husband supported her with daily calls and so much more.

World Cancer Day is Monday, February 4th

Publication: PermianBasin360.com (Website of KMID-TV), Midland
Doctor Pankaj Khandelwal, with the West Texas Cancer Center, a member of the Texas Oncology Group, has a personal view of what cancer can do to people.

World Cancer Day

Publication: KTEN.com (Website of KTEN-TV), Sherman
It's not uncommon to know someone who's dealt with cancer. Big strides have been taken to fight it, but there are still steps we can take to prevent it.