In this article in Oncology Times, David Topolsky, MD, Hematologist-Oncologist and Medical Oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Philadelphia, discusses various treatments for bladder cancer.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America®, Phoenix patient discusses what women should know when it comes to the symptoms of ovarian cancer.
In this Morning Consult commentary, Dr. Neil Seeley, CTCA® Chief of Anesthesia and Dr. Nathan Neufeld, CTCA Chief of Pain Management, highlight several fundamental issues surrounding the opioid crisis that must change to prevent further opioid addiction.
CTCA Tulsa hosted a Prostate Pep Talk event to promote its partnership with the NFL Alumni (NFLA), Lab Corp, and Health Testing Centers to raise awareness of prostate cancer and the benefits of early screening. Included in the interview are CTCA Tulsa Vice Chief Dr. Kevin Tulipana, CTCA prostate cancer patient Richard Smith and former NFL player Steve Largent.
Wissam Jaber, MD, Director of Interventional Pulmonary Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Phoenix was interviewed on the dangers of e-cigarettes.
In this article from SheKnows.com, Julian Schink, MD, Chief, CTCA Division of Gynecologic Oncology, discusses lifestyle changes that may reduce the risk for ovarian cancer.
In this Insider article about ovarian cancer, Julian Schink, MD, Chief, CTCA Division of Gynecologic Oncology, examines potential ovarian cancer symptoms that are non-specific (attributed to other issues).
Alan Tan, MD, Clinical Research Medical Director & Medical Oncologist and Hematologist, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Phoenix discusses how talimogene laherparepvec (T-VEC) uses a genetically modified herpes virus to treat melanoma lesions. Melanoma patient Ken Childs' explains how this unique treatment has given him hope in his cancer journey.
Sharad Chandrika, MD, Medical Director of Cardiopulmonary, Pulmonologist & Intensivist, Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) becomes the first physician in Arizona to use photodynamic therapy (PDT) to clear a patient's airway when a tumor is blocking it. The procedure can improve overall quality of life while patients continue traditional cancer treatment.
Mike Yates, vice president of finance with Cancer Treatment Centers of America® in Tulsa, shares his thoughts on the evolving health care landscape.