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  • Breast Surgery and Reconstruction During COVID-19
    BreastCancer.org

    Many patients diagnosed with breast cancer are concerned because their breast cancer surgery or reconstruction surgery has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Julie Sprunt, M.D., FACS, of Texas Breast Specialists–Austin, joined by Austin-area plastic surgeon Dr. Elisabeth Potter, shares why many breast cancer surgeries can be safely delayed and what those patients should know during COVID-19.

  • Texas Oncology Expands Telemedicine Services

    Texas Oncology announced on April 2, 2020, a major expansion of its telemedicine services to allow patients to schedule virtual visits with more than 400 physicians and 150 advanced practice providers throughout the statewide cancer care practice.

  • Texas Oncology and Affiliations Continue Operations

    Texas Oncology, Texas Breast Specialists and Texas Center for Proton Therapy remain open to provide medically necessary, life-sustaining care.

  • Message from our president, Dr. Steven Paulson March 20, 2020

    The public health concerns around COVID-19 (coronavirus) are continuing to evolve. Texas Oncology is taking measures to protect the safety of our patients and our staff.

  • How Can You Help During COVID-19? Donate Blood

    Blood banks nationwide are warning of a critical shortage of blood supply, as the cancellation of blood drives across the U.S. continues due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

  • Message from our president, Dr. Steven Paulson March 13, 2020

    At Texas Oncology the safety of our patients, their caregivers, and our staff is our highest priority. We are following CDC guidelines in our response to COVID-19.

  • Coping with Cancer: How Finding Your Motivation Can Shape Your Journey
    Houston Medical Times, Austin Medical Times

    According to the National Institutes of Health, a hopeful outlook can help the body deal with cancer. Once the initial shock of diagnosis wears off, you may feel a wide range of emotions, but finding a sense of motivation and hope can help you face the many challenges of cancer.

  • Dr. Bridget O'Brien Named Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

    Bridget O’Brien, D.O., FACS, breast surgical oncologist at Texas Breast Specialists in Cedar Park and Georgetown, was among 1,992 initiates from around the world to become a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

  • Chantal Rice: Writing Her Own Cancer Story

    Austin Woman magazine editor, breast cancer patient Chantal Rice was determined to write her own cancer story, on her terms.

  • Personalized Patient Care with Breast Surgical Oncology

    Dr. Diana M. Hook, breast surgical oncologist at Texas Breast Specialists–The Woodlands shares insights on advancements in breast surgery during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.