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Strategies to help you kick the smoking habit

It can put more money in your pocket, more breath in your lungs and add years to your life. And while it is not easy, there are some strategies that can help you take control and stop smoking. 3TV speaks with Dr. David Boyd, Intake Physician and Director of Wellness, Prevention and Primary Care, about kicking the habit.

4 Ways to Increase Patient Trust

Michael DelaTorre, MD, Internist/Intake Physician at CTCA at Midwestern Regional Medical Center shares how to increase patient trust.

Watch out! She will steal your heart

Patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern) in Zion have a good friend. Her name is Tori and she is a 7-year old Australian labradoodle therapy dog. It is generally acknowledged that pet therapy (also known as animal assisted therapy) is an ideal prescription for many ailments.

Cancer Treatment Center Hosts Program to Help Children Cope

Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa hosted a program for three days specifically dedicated to helping children and teens cope with a parent or grandparent's cancer. CTCA Education Nurse Lindsay Rehm talks about the CLIMB program.

Steps to improve your health in 2015

Some of the most common new year's resolutions are also some of the best for you. 3TV speaks with Dr. David Boyd, Intake Physician and Director of Wellness, Prevention and Primary Care, about some of the resolutions that help you take control of your health and potentially save you some money.

Lessons in Healthy Eating

CTCA Chef Kenny Wagoner shares his talents with our community and serves up nutritious, healthy and visually pleasing selections.

Venom: A cure for cancer?

Michelle Smekens, ND, FABNO, Naturopathic Oncology Provider at CTCA at Midwestern shares her knowledge on the topic of using scorpion venom to kill breast cancer cells.

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