Jordan Lewis was diagnosed with a rare form of stage 4 sinus cancer. He has sent paperwork in to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and is awaiting a reply. It is hoped he can get the center's treatment plan then bring it to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center in Tulsa for implementation.
Daniel G. Morris, D.O., and Timothy W. Holder, M.D., FAAFP, have joined the staff of Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa (CTCA). Dr. Morris, an interventional pain management, will serve as the director of pain management services, as well as the director of the pain management fellowship with Oklahoma State University. Dr. Holder will serve in the hospital’s Quality of Life clinic. CTCA.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) was founded in 1988 by Richard J Stephenson, following the death of his mother, Mary Brown Stephenson, from cancer. Known for delivering the Mother Standard of care and Patient Empowered Care, CTCA has five hospitals nationwide located in the metropolitan areas of Tulsa, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Atlanta.
Elena Roman, chief operating officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, has made it her goal to educate Latinos on available resources once a cancer diagnosis is made. "There is treatment out there for late-stage cancers. It's not a death sentence," she says.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa has received three-year accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
Patricia Glancy, an ovarian cancer survivor from Fremont, MI, joined more than 100 five-year survivors at the annual Celebrate Life event at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center on June 7.
As cancer research continues to evolve, it is important to educate people on these advancements. Featured in My Vegas Magazine summer edition, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), lists the Top 10 Advancements in Cancer Research. This article provides information on prevention, treatment options, and postoperative therapies for all types of cancers.
Mildred Copeland, a breast cancer survivor from Gautier, joined more than 100 other five-year cancer survivors for an emotional and momentous tree planting ceremony at Cancer Treatment Centers of America earlier this month. The event, held at Midwestern Regional Medical Center on June 7, drew survivors from 44 states.
ZION — Donald McEntee, a prostate cancer survivor from Gurnee, joined more than 100 five-year cancer survivors for an emotional and momentous tree-planting ceremony at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center June 7.
Candace Conley from The Girl Can Cook at Urban Kitchen won the "Sing for Your Supper" competition at Chefs for the Cure event, which benefited the Tulsa affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The event was held at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Tulsa on April 20.