Dr. Brian Lawenda, Medical Director at Northwest Cancer Clinic in Kennewick, Washington, discusses the benefits of immunotherapy with local NBC station, KNDO. View the video below.
To kick off the holiday season, St. Teresa Comprehensive Cancer Center in Stockton is partnering with Toys for Tots for the first time to serve as a drop off location for gifts to benefit less fortunate children. Local news station KCRA dropped by to speak with Board Certified Radiation Oncologist Dr. Dan Vongtama about their charitable efforts.
21st Century Oncology’s Andalusia, Alabama location recently earned the Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award in Patient Satisfaction. The Andalusia Star-News took notice and covered the story.
21st Century Oncology earns award
Press Ganey recently named 21st Century Oncology one of the top-performing health care organizations in the country.
It was awarded the 2016 Guardian Excellence Award. Continue reading “As Seen in the Andalusia Star-News: 21st Century Oncology earns award” »
Carol Pierce was diagnosed with stage 3 small cell lung cancer, but was frightened of conventional cancer treatments. She decided to self-medicate with cannabis for more than a year, before finally finding Brian Lawenda, M.D., an integrative oncologist and Board Certified Radiation Oncologist at Northwest Cancer Clinic in Kennewick Washington. Her story was featured on the local news. View the video below.
Las Vegas resident Nancy Ghilardi had a family history of breast cancer. Because she stayed vigilant about her breast health, she received timely cancer treatment at 21st Century Oncology in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Review-Journal chronicled her journey in the story below.
A family disease: Centennial Hills woman, 77, faces breast cancer after losing mom and watching daughter go through chemo
By SANDY LOPEZ
When Centennial Hills resident Nancy Ghilardi was diagnosed with breast cancer, it didn’t come as a shock. Continue reading “Las Vegas Woman’s Family History of Breast Cancer Chronicled in the Las Vegas Review-Journal” »
Kennewick resident Connie Morelock says she was in total denial when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had no family history of the disease and was looking for a second opinion when she came across the Facebook page of Brian Lawenda, M.D., radiation oncologist, integrative oncologist and medical acupuncturist at Northwest Cancer Clinic.
Now finished with treatment, she spoke with a local TV station to share her journey. View the video below.
Asheville Radiation Oncologist Dr. Gregg Goldin speaks with the Asheville Citizen-Times on the racial disparities in breast cancer care, explaining how the statistics and timeliness of care can impact outcomes. Read the story from the Asheville Citizen-Times below.
Race plays role in breast cancer risk, deaths
By Karen Chávez
ASHEVILLE – Barbara Allen lived most of her life under a menacing threat – the thought of getting breast cancer. Continue reading “Dr. Gregg Goldin Discusses the Role Race Plays in Breast Cancer Risk” »
Lodi Radiation Oncologist Dr. Travers McLoughlin with Ben Schaffer Cancer Institute treats his patients with compassion and state-of-the-art technology. Cancer is never easy, and Dr. McLoughlin talks about how he not only helps his patients, but fellow physicians cope with the stress of cancer. View the story below from the Lodi News-Sentinel.
Local oncologist talks breast cancer and treatments from a physician’s perspective
By Christina Cornejo/News-Sentinel Staff Writer
While cancer survivors have their own compelling stories to tell about how they contend with their health struggles, doctors are right there with these patients on the front lines of the battle. Continue reading “Lodi Oncologist Talks Breast Cancer and Treatments From a Physician’s Perspective” »