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9 Ways to Help a Grieving Loved One

From P&G Everyday

Author Heather Chaet

9 Ways to Help a Grieving Loved One

Debbra Gossen, RN, OCN, GMS from Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center joins other grief experts in the discussion on how to help a grieving loved one.

Business and People Notes

Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa (CTCA) has added three physicians to its team: Rola Eid, D.O., plastic surgeon who will serve as medical director of plastic and reconstructive surgery; Richard Tannen, M.D., FCCP, intensivist; and Kevin Tulipana, D.O., hospitalist.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America Hosts Community Awareness Event

Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa hosted a Community Awareness Day as part of the CTCA Hope Works program. The event featured about 20 nonprofit organizations with a representative who discussed the organization’s purpose, mission, and how employees can get involved.

How to Perform Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Raakhee Patel, PT, DPT, CLT, Physical Therapist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, shares how to perform lymphatic massage after surgery, a gentle pressure technique used to move waste fluids from a damaged area. In addition, she offers suggestions on what specializations/training patients dealing with lymphedema should look for when selecting a physical or occupational therapist.

Breast Cancer Survivors Turn to Tattoo Artists for Help

Dr. Rola Eid, Medical Director of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Plastic Surgeon at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa. After reading about Myers in a medical journal, she sought out a local artist to take lessons on how to improve her technique on nipple/areola tattoos. In addition to this story, the ktul.com features a Web Extra with Dr. Eid explaining ways to save the nipple during nipple sparing mastectomies.

Put on a Happy Face

When Robbie Robinson was receiving chemotherapy for non-Hodgkin lymphoma at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, he discovered how to cope with his diagnosis - laughter. Within this article, Robbie and Katherine Puckett, PhD, MS, MSW, LCSW, National Director of Mind-Body Medicine at CTCA, discuss how laughter therapy can reduce the stress of a cancer diagnosis.

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