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Image - Cervical Cancer Facts vs. Fiction with Dr. Joseph de la Garza

Cervical Cancer Facts vs. Fiction with Dr. Joseph de la Garza

Joseph de la Garza, M.D., FACOG, gynecologic oncologist at Texas Oncology–San Antonio Medical Center and Westover Hills, sets the record straight about cervical cancer misinformation.
Article January 27, 2021
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Taking Charge in the Fight Against Cervical Cancer

During Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, Priyanka N. Kamath, M.D., M.S., gynecologic oncologist at Texas Oncology–Austin Central and South Austin, shares ways women can lower their risk for cervical cancer.
Article January 22, 2021
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An Important Message about COVID-19 Vaccines

Texas Oncology concurs with leading infectious disease experts in recommending that all people be vaccinated against COVID-19, including patients with cancer. We strongly encourage our patients to get the vaccine if it is available to them.
Article January 08, 2021
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Meet Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists’ New Thoracic Surgeon, Dr. Gustavo E. Guajardo Salinas

Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–San Antonio Stone Oak and San Antonio Medical Center recently welcomed thoracic surgeon Gustavo E. Guajardo Salinas, M.D. Dr. Guajardo shares what excites him about the future of thoracic surgery.
Q&A January 06, 2021
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Resolution Refresh: Three Ways to Hit Reset on Your Health

As we leave a challenging 2020 behind, there is no better time to pick up habits that will ease your transition into 2021. Here are three ways to hit reset on your health this new year.
Article January 04, 2021
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Texas Urology Specialists–Dallas Methodist and Midlothian Welcome Dr. Andrew Sun

Texas Urology Specialists–Dallas Methodist and Midlothian recently welcomed urologist Andrew Sun, M.D. Dr. Sun discusses what drew him to his specialty of men’s health.
Q&A December 28, 2020
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Dr. Haris Baig Joins Texas Oncology–Cypress Fairfield, Houston Willowbrook, and Tomball

Haris Baig, D.O., is now seeing patients at Texas Oncology–Cypress Fairfield, Houston Willowbrook, and Tomball. Learn more about Dr. Baig’s passion for oncology and his approach to patient care.
Q&A December 18, 2020
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Texas Oncology–Arlington Cancer Center North and Medical City Dallas Building D Welcome Dr. Abel Morón

Texas Oncology–Arlington Cancer Center North and Medical City Dallas Building D recently welcomed gynecologic oncologist Abel Morón, M.D. Dr. Morón discusses his medical background and interests.
Q&A December 16, 2020
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Message from our president, Dr. Steven Paulson: A Year Defined by Courage

Texas Oncology celebrates the courage of all patients fighting cancer, the loved ones caring for them, and the healthcare teams that have shown unrelenting commitment to providing care during COVID-19.
Article December 14, 2020
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Cheering Courage: Celebrating the Resiliency of Cancer Patients

This year has been challenging, but you don’t have to look far to find reasons to cheer the courage of cancer patients, their caregivers, and the healthcare teams by their sides. Finding meaningful ways to celebrate their courage from a safe distance can make this season bright.
Article December 08, 2020