• How to Find a Texas Cancer Treatment Doctor

    July 22, 2017
    Seeking out the services of an oncologist is not something most people expect to find themselves doing. Even so, an estimated 1.7 million Americans will face this eventuality over the coming year. For those in search of a Texas cancer treatment doctor, there are certain steps that can make the search for a reputable, experienced healthcare provider go more
  • Questions to Ask When Seeking Prostate Cancer Treatment in Texas

    July 13, 2017
    An estimated 161,000 American men will face down a diagnosis of prostate cancer in the coming year. While many of these cases may be low-risk and require no immediate intervention, that is not always so. Men who find themselves seeking prostate cancer treatment in Texas are likely to find that taking the time to explore their options produces more
  • Lymphoma Drug Changes Post-Treatment Primary Malignancy Risks

    June 23, 2017
    A relatively new type of treatment for lymphoma is showing interesting results in its effects on the occurrence of primary malignancies that may appear among patients who survive the initial disease. Researchers recently learned that rituximab changes the primary malignancies witnessed. Patients with large B-cell lymphoma, for example, may see their risk for acute myeloid leukemia nearly double more
  • Texas Cancer & Oncology Services: 3 Things to Look For

    June 15, 2017
    Most people don’t expect that they’ll have to one day flip through the names of Texas cancer and oncology services providers covered by their insurance companies. Unfortunately, this becomes a reality for thousands of people each year. Across the United States, in fact, it is estimated more than 1.7 million people will be diagnosed with a form of more
  • 3 Reasons to Seek Out a Texas Center for Proton Therapy

    May 24, 2017
    When cancer is diagnosed, chances are doctors will make many recommendations on treatment options. Surgery may be indicated in some cases while chemotherapy and/or radiation is also advised in others. Should a form of cancer lend itself to the use of proton therapy, this option could also be recommended if a facility that provides the treatment is nearby. more
  • Screenings Matter for Those at High Risk for Lung Cancer

    May 14, 2017
    While researchers have made great strides in the treatment of many cancers, dramatically increasing survival rates for many forms of the disease, the story is different for lung cancer. This disease remains one of the most common forms of cancer diagnosed each year in the United States with an estimated 222,000 new cases annually. It also remains one more
  • Prevention is the Best Lung Cancer Treatment in Texas

    April 23, 2017
    Each year, an estimated 222,000 Americans are diagnosed with lung cancer. While some of the cases are due to circumstances well beyond patients’ control, most are highly preventable. Taking action on the front end, early in life, can help people avoid the need to seek out the best lung cancer treatment in Texas as they age. One of the more
  • Calcium and Cancer Prevention: What People Need to Know

    April 14, 2017
    Calcium is an important part of any healthy diet. This mineral is necessary for developing and maintaining healthy teeth and bones. It’s also been shown, when used in conjunction with vitamin D, to help prevent osteoporosis and other conditions that develop as people age. Some research has indicated that calcium may also play a role in helping prevent more
  • Breast Cancer Treatment in Texas: Tips for Selecting Healthcare Professionals

    March 23, 2017
    Finding out that a suspicious spot detected in a mammogram is indeed breast cancer can be one of the most terrifying moments in a woman’s life. Fear, uncertainty and panic may rule for a short time, but once the initial shock wears off, women can help themselves by taking an active role in selecting a healthcare provider to more
  • Early Lung Cancer Survival Gets Boost from Radiation

    March 14, 2017
    People who are diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer in its earliest stages may find their doctors strongly recommending radiation. A recent study showed significant improvements in survival rates for patients who underwent stereotactic body radiotherapy as part of their overall treatment plan. The study in question involves data from 2001 to 2010. During that period, researchers found the more

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