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Ask the Expert: Advances in Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Ask the Expert: Advances in Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Erika Hamilton, MD, Director of the Breast Cancer and Gynecologic Cancer Research Program at Sarah Cannon, shares the exciting advancements in the research and treatment of triple negative breast cancer. “There have been several exciting developments in breast cancer research, including promising data for immunotherapy and targeted treatments for patients with triple negative breast cancer,” […]

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Ask the Expert: Late Effects of Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy
Ask the Expert: Late Effects of Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy

After receiving radiation oncology treatment, you may experience some acute and chronic side effects, many of which are common and can be addressed through conversations with your care team. Most often, acute effects from radiation therapy begin within a few weeks of starting treatment and go away within two to four weeks after treatment ends. […]

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Ask the Expert: Common Questions about Oncoplastic Surgery
Ask the Expert: Common Questions about Oncoplastic Surgery

Alexander Nguyen, MD, FACS, CLT, Plastic Surgeon at Reconstructive Microsurgery and Lymphedema Associates practicing at Medical City Healthcare, a part of Sarah Cannon, The Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, addresses some of the most commonly asked questions that patients may have about oncoplastic surgery. Why is oncoplastic surgery important? For certain stage breast cancers, breast […]

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Skin Cancer 101
Skin Cancer 101

Summer fun in the sun might be ending, but that doesn’t mean that you and your loved ones should stop educating yourselves about the risks of skin cancer and steps you can take to help prevent it. What is skin cancer? Skin cancer is a common type of cancer, and there are many forms including: […]

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Communication Through the Cancer Journey
Communication Through the Cancer Journey

The cancer journey can be a difficult and challenging time not only for the patient, but also the caregiver, who is often a family member. Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Medical City Healthcare Navigation Director, Emily Gentry, and Oncology Survivorship Navigator, Katie Narvarte, share ways that caregivers can best support their loved ones through communication […]

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