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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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Targeting Tumors: Radiation Delivers Precise Treatments

Publication: YourHoustonNews.com/Pasadena
06/26/2012
Over the past decade, radiation therapy has advanced significantly, and is still one of the most sophisticated and ever changing aspects of cancer care.

The Truth About Breast Cancer

Publication: YourHoustonNews.com (Website of The Pasadena Citizen), Pasadena
06/18/2012
Despite the high survival rate of breast cancer, Dr. Jamie Terry at Texas Oncology hears many misconceptions and myths about the disease from her patients

Executive People on the Move: Dr. Narotham Reddy Thudi

Publication: Dallas Business Journal
06/15/2012
Dr. Narotham Reddy Thudi joins the Texas Oncology–Irving and Texas Oncology–Medical City locations.

Executive People on the Move: Dr. Steve Perkins

Publication: Dallas Business Journal, Dallas
06/15/2012
Dr. Steve Perkins joins the Texas Oncology–Irving and Texas Oncology–Medical City locations.

Executive People on the Move: Dr. Sridevi Juvvadi

Publication: Dallas Business Journal, Dallas
06/15/2012
Dr. Sridevi Juvvadi joins the Texas Oncology–Irving and Texas Oncology–Medical City locations.

New Drugs for Melanoma and Breast Cancer Have Local Doctors Enthusiastic

Publication: NewsChannel10.com (Website of KFDA-TV)
06/06/2012
New treatments for breast cancer have Dr. Srini Reddy at Texas Oncology enthusiastic that recurring cancers will be greatly decreased.

Doctors Call New Breast Cancer Treatment A “Smart Bomb”

Publication: DFW.CBSLocal.com (Website of KTVT-TV), Dallas/Fort Worth
06/04/2012
There is new hope for patients battling a particular type of breast cancer, and it’s coming in the form of what doctors are calling a "smart bomb."

Searching for Answers: What Caused My Cancer?

Publication: YourHoustonNews.com/Spring (Website of The Spring Observer edition of Houston Community Newspapers), Spring
05/31/2012
Cancer is an extremely complex disease, with more than 200 types, and many factors can contribute to an individual developing the disease.

Peace, Hope, Survive

Publication: Chron.com (Houston Chronicle, Neighborhoods section), Sugar Land
05/15/2012
Cancer survivors and their families are invited to "Peace, Hope, Survive" Thursday, May 17 from 6-8 p.m. at the University of Houston Sugar Land.