CTCA Chef Mattie Sloan talks about the immune boosting properties of mushrooms and demonstrates a portabella mushroom pizza recipe.
Both expert and recreational bikers alike will get the opportunity to pedal for a cause Sept. 27 in Goodyear.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Western Regional Medical Center will be hosting its second annual Trails 4 Trials event to benefit Gateway for Cancer Research, a nonprofit that does research and funds clinical research trials worldwide.
CTCA held its annual Celebrate Life event to recognize cancer survivors who have reached their five-year mark.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Western Regional Medical Center in Goodyear is launching a dozen industry sponsored clinical trials, bringing the number of open trials to 54.
Dr. David Boyd, Intake Physician & Director, Primary Care Medicine, Western Regional Medical Center, speaks with Dave Pratt about Cancer Treatment Centers of America's colon cancer clinic, where physicians will educate the community about colon cancer, cancer prevention, screenings, proper nutrition and general health and wellness.
CTCA patients celebrated life today at an annual event at the hospital honoring patients who have met their five-year mark. CTCA patient Rhonda Spinks shared her thoughts.
Fifty cancer survivors are celebrating life in Tulsa. CTCA patients Steve and his wife Marilyn Blethens, who both battled breast cancer, tell their story. In addition, Dr. Larry Altshuler talks about the survivor tree.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Western Regional Medical Center (Western) in Goodyear, Arizona names one of Az Business Magazine's Most Admired Companies. “These companies truly exemplify what it means to be a good corporate citizen,” says Cheryl Green, publisher of Arizona Business Magazine. “MAC winners consistently show strong leadership, a commitment to the communities in which they operate and concern for their employees and customers.”
"Nolan the Colon," a giant walk-through colon, will be on display at a free, open to the public, colon cancer education and prevention event on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Dr. Spierer holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree from the Teachers College of Columbia University. When she decided to pursue a career in medicine, Dr. Spierer attended the post-baccalaureate premedical program at Bryn Mawr College and in 2000, earned her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians Surgeons.