Adenocarcinoma is a type of cancer that forms in mucussecreting glands throughout the body, according to Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s website.
Teri Jennings, RN, OCN, Director of Clinical Support shares some expectations and how to prepare for chemotherapy.
Five year cancer survivors Celebrate Life at CTCA in Philadelphia. Three of the survivors talked about what this celebration means to them.
Medical Oncologist Dr. Sramila Aithal discusses statistics that show a rise of breast cancer in women of South Asian descent.
The Tulsa Oilers donated stuffed animals to CTCA for patients' young children. CTCA Nurse Education Specialist Lindsay Rehm talks about the donation and our children of our patients program.
Dr. Laurence Altshuler explained the new Oncofertility Preservation Program at CTCA in Tulsa.
Dr. Larry Altshuler gives advice on skin cancer prevention and risk factors. See page 15.
CTCA Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner promoted the 10th annual Chefs for the Cure event which benefits Susan G. Komen Tulsa. Chef Kenny also demonstrated a recipe for Blackened Salmon “Scallop” with Smoked Corn Maque Choux.
My personal philosophy on how to approach leadership in the gastroenterology field is consistent with American College of Gastroenterology's mission to advance the field of clinical gastroenterology through education and research.
Dr. Simeon Jaggernauth, a medical oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, said people being treated for cancer need to eat well because their bodies need good building blocks for repair after radiation, chemotherapy or surgery. CTCA patient Todd Gillett and Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner are also quoted.