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The Truth About Breast Cancer Care Amid a Pandemic

Times may change, but the importance of breast cancer care remains the same. Know how to decipher truth from myth about breast cancer care during COVID-19.
Article October 20, 2020
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Dr. Beth Hellerstedt: Personalizing Breast Cancer Care During COVID-19

Beth Hellerstedt, M.D., medical oncologist at Texas Oncology–Round Rock, discusses the importance of personalizing breast cancer care during COVID-19.
Article October 19, 2020
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Three Things to Know Before You Cancel Your Mammogram

Mammograms are the most reliable way to identify cancer early, often before there are symptoms. Don’t let COVID-19 deter you from prioritizing your health. Here are three things to consider before you cancel your mammogram.
Article October 14, 2020
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Webinar: Women's Health

Join the panel discussion focusing on women’s health. Panelists will shed light on areas female survivors may face including genetics, surgery, challenges with body image, intimacy transitions and fertility options.
Webinar October 13, 2020
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Your Screening Detected Cancer During COVID-19. What Now?

Regular cancer screenings are important parts of prevention and early detection, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. But if cancer is detected following a screening, what should you do next? Srinath Sundararajan, M.D., FACP, hematologist and medical oncologist at Texas Oncology–Katy and Bellville, shares guidance.
Article October 02, 2020
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Dr. Julie Sprunt: Managing Your Cancer Treatment During COVID-19

Julie Sprunt, M.D., FACS, fellowship trained breast surgeon at Texas Breast Specialists–Austin, discusses cancer care decision-making during COVID-19, including assessing the best treatment, follow-up, and maintenance strategy for each patient.
Article October 01, 2020
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Guest Perspectives: How a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Taught Me to Prioritize My Health

Prostate cancer survivor and author John Griffith, from McKinney, shares his personal experience and the addresses importance of prostate cancer screenings.
Article September 30, 2020
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Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–Austin Central Welcomes Dr. Christopher R. Oxner

Texas Oncology Surgical Specialists–Austin Central recently welcomed Cmdr. Christopher R. Oxner, M.D., FACS, USN. We sat down with Dr. Oxner to discuss his history of military service and how he hopes to impact his patients.
Q&A September 28, 2020
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Texas Urology Specialists–Austin Midtown Welcomes Dr. Clark Alex Wilson

Texas Urology Specialists–Austin Midtown recently welcomed urologist Clark Alex Wilson, M.D. We sat down with Dr. Wilson to discuss the strength of the human spirit and the future of personalized cancer care.
Q&A September 24, 2020
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Webinar: Health & Community After Quarantine

Join Texas Oncology and Texas Oncology Foundation for an online panel discussion that continues to explore life after quarantine.
Webinar September 23, 2020