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Image - Ringing Bells, Confetti Showers, and Finding a Voice: A Q&A With Michele Peterson, B.S., CMD, R.T., Texas Oncology-Austin Central

Ringing Bells, Confetti Showers, and Finding a Voice: A Q&A With Michele Peterson, B.S., CMD, R.T., Texas Oncology-Austin Central

Michele Peterson, Texas Oncology–Austin Central, one of our longest-serving employees, shares how each and every day at work remains rewarding for both herself and her coworkers.
Q&A March 28, 2018
Image - Empowering Children and Families Impacted by Cancer: A Q&A with Laura Drap

Empowering Children and Families Impacted by Cancer: A Q&A with Laura Drap

Certified as a child life professional, Laura Drap provides child life services to pediatric patients and their families while they are in treatment at Texas Center for Proton Therapy.
Article March 27, 2018
Image - Prostate Cancer Study: Multi-parametric MRI Improves Risk Assessment and Biopsy Accuracy

Prostate Cancer Study: Multi-parametric MRI Improves Risk Assessment and Biopsy Accuracy

Drs. Andrew Lee and Ashley Ross discuss challenges in diagnosing prostate cancer and review recent studies that explore care options.
Article March 27, 2018
Image - Borrowed Sweaters, Warm Blankets, and Big Hugs: A Q&A With Sue Campbell, Texas Oncology-Tyler

Borrowed Sweaters, Warm Blankets, and Big Hugs: A Q&A With Sue Campbell, Texas Oncology-Tyler

Sue Campbell, one of our longest-serving employees, shares her passion for her job and the patients she helps every day.
Q&A February 15, 2018
Image - Cancer Trends: Patient Power

Cancer Trends: Patient Power

With more information about more treatment options available, and a new attitude among healthcare teams, patients are more directly involved than ever in their treatment.
Article February 05, 2018
Image - Cancer Trends: Surviving and Thriving

Cancer Trends: Surviving and Thriving

More patients getting better treatment earlier means more survivors – and greater emphasis on managing the disease, and patients’ lives after cancer.
Article February 04, 2018
Image - Cancer Trends: Big Data = Big Solutions

Cancer Trends: Big Data = Big Solutions

Scientists say mountains of data are revealing new ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
Article February 03, 2018
Image - Cancer Trends: No Chemo?

Cancer Trends: No Chemo?

Innovations like immunotherapy, CAR-T, proton therapy, and new medicines are transforming cancer care.
Article February 02, 2018
Image - Cancer Trends: Toppling Type

Cancer Trends: Toppling Type

The location of cancer tumors is becoming less relevant than what’s inside the molecules of cells that comprise them. Biomarkers are helping redefine treatment.
Article January 31, 2018
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Top Cancer Trends in 2018

Texas Oncology physicians share their perspectives on the top five most important trends in cancer in 2018.
Article January 30, 2018