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Rhonda Colley discusses intimacy after cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Mark Axness discusses palliative care.
Karen Gilbert, PT, National Director of Oncology Rehabilitation, discusses simple measures.
Dr. Michael Payne discusses innovations in radiation therapy.
Breast Surgeon John Frame discusses IORT
Dr. Ritwick Panicker discusses triple-negative breast cancer.
GPS for the Body or the Calypso System
Advanced Imaging Equipment
Patient Empowerment Care
Nursing Excellence at CTCA at Midwestern
Western Wii Tennis Tournament
Dr. Malad discusses pancreatic cancer
Western holds Nintendo® Wii™ tennis tournament
Simeon Jaggernauth, DO and CTCA breast cancer patient Glenda Battle were interviewed.
Listen to Dr. Steven B. Standiford offer specialized cancer care from CTCA to Steven Cantrell.
Interview discusses how naturopathic medicine can help reduce side effects during cancer treatment.
Kalli Castille was interviewed live during the Six in the Morning program
Interview about the hospital's new Discovery PET/CT 600 scanner.
Timothy McCay, DO was interviewed live about the new Discovery PET/CT 600 technology.
Dr. Ted Pollock interviewed about whole-person care
Helping the community and patients
Hear what people are saying about the proposed Georgia hospital.
CTCA Announces Plans for New Hospital
An interactive replica of a human colon was on display for employees and patients to view.
Dr. Simeon Jaggernauth was interviewed about common cancers that affect women.
Richard Roundtree discusses breast cancer
Actor Richard Roundtree attends "Celebrate Life"
Men and breast cancer
CTCA ERMC cafe
Local show tours CTCA in Philadelphia
"Good Day Philadelphia"
Dianne Pomon's success with hyperthermia
WNEP Philadelphia Tours CTCA at ERMC
CTCA On "Good Day Chicago"
CTCA On The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet
Explores the Mind-Body Connection
Observe Cancer Doctors at Work
CTCA Infusion Center
Discuss Medical Breakthroughs
Discusses Metastatic Bone Cancer
Relationships and Intimacy for Cancer PatientsDr. Mark AxnessOncology Rehab - InnovationsRadiation TherapyDr. Frame on ABC 8Ritwick Panicker, MD, FACPInnovations in Radiation OncologyAdvanced Imaging EquipmentPatient Empowered Care ModelNursing Excellence at CTCA at MidwesternChannel 3 Reports on Western Wii™ Tennis TournamentDr. Salman Malad on NBCABC Reports on Western Wii™ Tennis TournamentCBS Reports on Western Wii™ Tennis TournamentInflammatory breast cancerCTCA Steps Up to Help Patient on Dr. Oz ShowNaturopathic medicine helps reduce side effects during cancer treatmentBest cancer fighting foodsCancer DetectionRevolutionary ScannerWhole-Person Cancer CareProposed Southeastern Hospital ImpactProposed Southeastern Facility Promises Hope For PatientsCTCA Announces Plans for Hospital in GeorgiaPrevent Cancer Super Colon ExhibitWomen and CancerCN8 Philadelphia Interviews Richard RoundtreeActor Richard Roundtree Celebrates LifeFox 29 in Philadelphia Interviews Richard RoundtreeEating Healthy at CTCA"All That & More" explores CTCA at ERMCIntro to Richard RoundtreeThe Benefits of Hyperthermia WNEP Philadelphia Visits CTCA"Good Day Chicago" Talks with Dr. Edgar StarenThe Morning Show with Mike and Juliet & CTCADr. David Wakefield Addresses the Mind & SpiritTulsa-Area Students Tour Cancer HospitalCTCA Cancer Survivor Uplifts Patients During ChemoCancer Experts Discuss Medical BreakthroughsOrthopedic Oncologist Dr. Richard Schmidt
Yes, the videos in this section feature real CTCA survivors with real stories to tell. These are not actors. They are cancer patients who came to CTCA and emerged as survivors. These stories are not scripted. They are personal accounts of people who found hope, and a voice, at CTCA. This is what they have to say, in their own words...
At CTCA, we treat individuals with a variety of cancer types. However, all of our survivors are not on film. If you don't see a survivor with the cancer type you're looking for, it only means we do not have a video at this time.
Keep in mind, we are continuously adding videos to this section. If you don't see the one you're looking for today, visit us again, or let us know how we can improve.