In honor of Melanoma Monday, and to educate about the importance of early detection and prevention, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Allergy and Dermatology Specialists and 3TV partnered to provide a free, community-wide skin cancer screening.
While being diagnosed with cancer can happen to anyone, those of ethnic minority groups tend to have a higher incidence rate. Dr. Dennis Citrin, Medical Oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, joins Examiner.com writer Brandi Walker to discuss cancer risks among minorities.
Early detection is critical in preventing skin cancer and melanoma. Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Allergy and Dermatology Specialists and 3TV teamed up to provide free skin cancer screening to hundreds of community members.
Dr. Laurence Altshuler explains that using a tanning bed is a factor related to melanoma.
Dr. Eugene Ahn, Hematologist/Oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Midwestern Regional Medical Center, shares a medical symptom no woman should ignore in this article: redness of the breast.
With spring in bloom and summer just around the corner, healthy eating is top of mind for many people. Carolyn Lammersfeld, MS, RD, CSO, LD, CNSC, Vice President of Integrative Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America®, shares a few easy-to-fix recipes that have minimal ingredients, yet are packed with powerful nutrients.
Rhonda Spinks wanted to feel like she was back in control of her body, her health. It had been almost five years since Spinks, 36, of Oklahoma City, had been diagnosed with and beat breast cancer. Spinks wanted to prove to herself and everyone around her that she was healthy, that you could be healthy again after cancer.
The saying goes, “We make a living by what we get; we make a life by what we give.” That saying embodies the words and actions of Loretta Brunetti. In 2013, while her younger sister was battling cancer, Brunetti had a call on her heart to volunteer at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Tulsa.
Medicare, in its latest effort to provide consumers with a way to compare hospitals, awarded its top "five-star" rating to just two medical centers in the Philadelphia region.
Both those hospitals — Cancer Treatment Centers of America® at Eastern Regional Medical Center in Northeast Philadelphia and Physicians Care Surgical Hospital in Royersford, Montgomery County — are specialty care facilities.
Katherine Anderson, parent of a Lee student and National Director of Naturopathic Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa, is ground zero for the event.