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  • World Cancer Day: Five Ways to Build a Healthy Habit

    In honor of World Cancer Day and National Cancer Prevention Month this February, commit to living a healthier lifestyle and decreasing your cancer risk. Here are five ways to start.

  • Ask the Expert: Breast Cancer and Vaccinations
    NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

    The World Health Organization released data stating that breast cancer is now the most common cancer in the world, passing lung cancer, which had been the leading form of cancer for decades. Allison DiPasquale, breast surgeon with Texas Breast Specialists–Medical City Dallas, discussed this news, and the impact the COVID-19 vaccine may have on cancer patients, on KRLD's "Ask the Expert" segment.

  • From Questions to Confidence: Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines

    As COVID-19 vaccines become available, it’s important to understand how they work, why they’re safe for current cancer patients and survivors, and what to expect at your vaccination appointment.

  • Texas Oncology Opens New Cancer Facility in Midlothian

    Texas Oncology announced today the opening of a 10,000-square-foot cancer care facility in Midlothian that will provide medical oncology, hematology, surgical oncology, and urology services, all in one location.

  • What Our Cancer Patients Should Know About COVID-19 Vaccines

    Texas Oncology agrees with leading infectious disease experts that all people should be vaccinated against COVID-19, including cancer patients. As the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines continues, we understand you may have questions. Here is a list of important considerations as we work together to curtail the pandemic.

  • Linda Money: For the Love of Family
    Austin American-Statesman

    For Linda Money, family is everything. She was treated by Paul Loar, III, M.D., FACOG, gynecologic oncologist at Texas Oncology–Austin North Suite 300, and Moya Griffin, M.D., FACS, breast surgical oncologist with Texas Breast Specialists–Austin North, after being diagnosed ovarian cancer and testing positive for the BRCA gene mutation. Linda says her supportive family, including her four grandsons, have helped her stay strong during her cancer journey.

  • An Important Message about COVID-19 Vaccines

    Texas Oncology concurs with leading infectious disease experts in recommending that all people be vaccinated against COVID-19, including patients with cancer. We strongly encourage our patients to get the vaccine if it is available to them.

  • Message from our president, Dr. Steven Paulson: A Year Defined by Courage

    Texas Oncology celebrates the courage of all patients fighting cancer, the loved ones caring for them, and the healthcare teams that have shown unrelenting commitment to providing care during COVID-19.

  • Cancer and COVID-19: Celebrate a Safe Holiday This Season

    Cancer patients and those with weakened immune systems are more susceptible to viruses, like COVID-19. Make safety a priority this season with these considerations for cancer patients and their loved ones.

  • Three Things to Know Before You Cancel Your Mammogram
    Austin Medical Times, Houston Medical TImes

    Mammograms can detect breast cancer in its earliest stages and remain the single most important tool for prevention and early detection, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Heather King, M.D., FACS, breast surgical oncologist at Texas Breast Specialists–Austin, and Susan Escudier, M.D., FACP, medical oncologist at Texas Oncology–Houston Medical Center, share key factors women should know before cancelling their mammogram.