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The Texas Oncology News Hub is your source for important, helpful news and information about trends and innovations in cancer treatment, as well updates on our physicians, locations, and the care that we provide.

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Nutrition Tips to Shelter in Place

In this webinar Nicole Hodac, MS, RDN, CSO, LD, a board certified oncology dietitian with Texas Oncology–Baylor Sammons Cancer Center, shares tips and tools to put food storage and meal preparation at its best when sheltering in place.
Webinar May 26, 2020

Celebrating Oncology Nursing Month in May

In recognition of Oncology Nursing Month, Lance Ortega, MBA, BSN, RN, OCN, director of nursing services, discusses the critical role of oncology nurses treating patients with cancer.

Q&A May 21, 2020

Online Panel Discussion: Health & Community After Quarantine

Join Texas Oncology and Texas Oncology Foundation for an online panel discussion exploring life after quarantine.
Webinar May 20, 2020

Thank You to Our Communities

Texas Oncology thanks the many volunteers, organizations, and patients who donated hand sanitizer, masks, and face coverings to our locations across Texas.
Article May 20, 2020

Message from our president, Dr. Steven Paulson May 19, 2020

At Texas Oncology the safety of our patients and staff remains a top priority. As public safety restrictions ease, we will continue following recommended safety protocols in our response to COVID-19.

Article May 19, 2020

“You Don’t Need a Cape to Be a Hero. You Just Need a Mask.”

At Texas Oncology, the safety of our patients, their caregivers, and our staff is our highest priority. Kate Wallace, RN, BSN, OCN, of Texas Oncology–South Austin, Bastrop, and Austin Lakeway, shares a message on the importance of wearing masks and face coverings.
Article May 18, 2020

Texas Oncology–Irving Welcomes Dr. Kiran Kancharla

Kiran Kancharla, M.D., medical oncologist, recently joined Texas Oncology–Irving. Get to know Dr. Kancharla as she shares why she wanted to become an oncologist and what she’s learned from her cancer patients.

Q&A May 14, 2020

Telemedicine: Reshaping the Future of Cancer Care

Telemedicine allows patients to connect directly with providers who offer highly specialized care, providing pivotal benefits to cancer patients from the comfort of home.
Article May 13, 2020

Dr. Ted Klein: Approaching Surgery with Confidence Amid COVID-19

Ted Klein, M.D., MPH, urologist at Texas Urology Specialists–Medical City Dallas, discusses surgical care amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Q&A May 08, 2020

Dr. Debra Patt: Using Clinical Informatics to Navigate a Crisis

Debra Patt, M.D., MPH, MBA, executive vice president, public policy and strategic initiatives at Texas Oncology, discusses the effects of technology and policy change on cancer care delivery.

Article May 07, 2020