There has been a huge emergence in modern cancer care. This growing trend is survivorship care programs. Ten years ago, cancer survivorship programs were almost unheard of at hospitals. Now with more cancer survivors living longer, these programs are everywhere at large medical institutions and community hospitals as well.
Jonathan Kiev, MD, FACS, joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center as a thoracic surgeon specializing in advanced and minimally invasive surgical procedures to treat cancers of the lung.
Melanie Corbman, Licensed and Certified Genetics Counselor at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Philadelphia, discusses new guidelines for women with BRCA 1 mutations that recommend the removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes by age 35.
The American College for Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) has appointed James Rosenberg, DC, national director of chiropractic medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), to the ACAM Advisory Board. The appointment marks the first ACAM board membership held by a chiropractic physician. Rosenberg, a pioneer in his field, uses chiropractic treatment to relieve stress and pain in the muscles, bones and joints of cancer patients.
CTCA Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner demonstrated a simple-to-make gourmet meal for your sweetie on Valentine’s Day.
CTCA patient Monica Reyes and her husband, Hector, have a love that has withstood sickness and long distance. Hector has been in Afghanistan for two years, seeing Monica only three times.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America patients Ann and Chuck Glen, of Norman, Oklahoma, are featured in this article about lasting love through cancer trials. Ann was diagnosed with esophageal cancer; the same illness her husband was diagnosed with 13 years ago.
To give his patients the individual attention they need from their surgeon, Dr. Juan Sanabria’s day at Cancer Treatment Centers of America starts at 6 a.m. and ends at 7 p.m. Sanabria, an experienced surgical oncologist, recently moved to Gurnee when he joined CTCA at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion. He offers advanced treatment options for gastrointestinal malignancies.
President and CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Western Regional Medical Center, Matt McGuire, was featured in the West Valley View newspaper announcing his appointment and his goals for 2014. “One goal for 2014 is primarily centered on building an excellent and great culture, McGuire said”. Not only acknowledging Western’s five year anniversary, West Valley View also shared details about the hospital expansion, economic impact on Goodyear and the 25-acre organic farm.
CTCA Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner showcased a variety of healthy snacks to make quickly. In addition, information was shared about a January 21st education class at the hospital on “Secrets of Health” that is open to the public.