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Celebrating Social Work Month

Social workers play an essential role in the integrated, multi-disciplinary care team that surrounds cancer patients at Texas Oncology. Learn why our social workers are passionate about supporting patients and their families.
Article March 22, 2021
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National Nutrition Month Q&A with Registered Dietitian Karen Smith

Karen Smith, MS, RD, CSO, manager of dietary services, Texas Oncology, explains how patients and caregivers can prioritize their health and nutrition during National Nutrition Month.
Q&A March 16, 2021
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Dr. Rachel Weinheimer: What Women Should Know about Colorectal Cancer

Although colorectal cancer doesn’t discriminate between men and women, Rachel Weinheimer, M.D., colon and rectal surgeon at Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–Amarillo, wants to help women overcome the challenges associated with colorectal cancer and put their focus on screenings and prevention.
Article March 10, 2021
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Colorectal Cancer and the Danger of Putting Your Health on Hold

Prioritize your health and check a cancer screening off your March “to do” list. This Colon Cancer Awareness Month, take the steps necessary to prevent and lower your risk of diagnosis.
Article March 04, 2021
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Dr. Kathryn Hudson: Redefining Quality Cancer Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kathryn Hudson, M.D., hematologist and oncologist at Texas Oncology–Austin Central, explains how quality cancer care is being redefined to encompass excellent standards of cancer care while maximizing safety from COVID-19 for patients and those caring for them.
Article February 23, 2021
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Join Us in Welcoming Dr. Scott Celinski to Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists

Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center welcomes surgical oncologist Scott Celinski, M.D. Get to know Dr. Celinski and what makes him most proud to work with cancer patients.
Q&A February 08, 2021
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World Cancer Day: Five Ways to Build a Healthy Habit

In honor of World Cancer Day and National Cancer Prevention Month this February, commit to living a healthier lifestyle and decreasing your cancer risk. Here are five ways to start.
Article February 04, 2021
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From Questions to Confidence: Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines

As COVID-19 vaccines become available, it’s important to understand how they work, why they’re safe for current cancer patients and survivors, and what to expect at your vaccination appointment.
Article February 02, 2021
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Get to Know Dr. Ami Patel-Yadav, Texas Oncology–Bedford and Grapevine

Texas Oncology–Bedford and Grapevine welcome radiation oncologist Ami Patel-Yadav, M.D., DABR. She shares how growing up around cancer inspired her to find a career in the field.
Q&A January 29, 2021
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Texas Oncology Presents Health Tech Austin’s Cancer Innovation Summit

Texas Oncology recently presented Health Tech Austin’s Cancer Innovation Summit, a virtual discussion of advances in oncology with cancer care leaders, providers, and innovators.
Article January 29, 2021