A volunteer flash mob surprised patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in south Tulsa. Dozens of employees and volunteers performed “Bad to the Bone.” It was organized to allow the hospital’s volunteers to show their wild side during National Volunteer Month.
Lymphedema has impacted an estimated 80 percent of cancer survivors who have had their lymph nodes removed or damaged and can seriously impact one’s quality of life. It certainly has impacted the life of 60-year-old Michigan City native Karin Nowatzke. For the breast cancer survivor, the daily pain and frustration from this condition was a constant reminder of the cancer she battled.
Carolyn Lammersfeld, MS, RD, CSO, LD, CNSC, Vice President of Integrative Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® and co-author of Cancer Nutrition & Recipes for Dummies, joins WGN Chicago Midday News anchor Dina Bair to demonstrate recipes that are perfect for both health conscious individuals and those battling cancer.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America Executive Chef Kenny Wagoner shares his recipe for cauliflower pizza crust and talks about the upcoming Chefs for the Cure event, which will benefit the Susan G. Komen Tulsa affiliate.
Brooke Esteves, DO, Medical Oncology Fellow/Internal Medicine Physician at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in conjunction with Oklahoma State University, was named one of the magazine’s “40 Under 40” recipients.
A special preview screening of a cancer documentary is set for Philadelphia. The film is produced by Ken Burns, well known for his documentaries on baseball, the Civil War, World War II (“The War”), the Roosevelts, and more.
This preview for the cancer community is sponsored by Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia.
Stephanie Mazzanti, mind-body therapist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, joins other experts in sharing tips on how to reduce stress in the workplace during National Stress Awareness Month. Mazzanti shares two ways to deal with stress properly, including how to establish boundaries and coping methods
With a rich history in ancient science and culture, the use of honey for wound healing is taking root again in modern day medicine-particularly for patients with cancer.
Patrice Dillow, ostomy and continence nurse and an advanced practice registered nurse at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, shares the applications and contributions of honey in cancer and wound care.
Dr. Simeon Jaggernauth, medical oncologist at CTCA in Tulsa, is a fan of the book who hopes the documentary series will attract a large television audience. Todd Hardy, a Dallas resident who received treatment for lung cancer at CTCA in Tulsa in September, is quoted in the article.
Dr. Simeon Jaggernauth, an oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, discusses an upcoming miniseries about cancer.