Press Releases

  • Potential Novel Treatments for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
    Choice Cancer Care highlights the potential new treatments that will transform triple-negative breast cancer therapy. Southlake, TX – June 15, 2020–Triple-negative breast cancer does not have estrogen or progesterone receptors or much of HER2 protein. That’s why its treatment options are limited. Chemotherapy is the standard systemic treatment option for triple-negative breast cancer. However, the […]
  • Dr. Raetasha Dabney, MD Explains The Relationship Between Genes, Mutations and Cancer
    Southlake, TX – May 14, 2020–Cancer occurs when the genetic composition of body cells changes. Genes are DNA pieces that control how body cells function, and they can affect your chance of getting cancer and other diseases. When active genes encounter an abnormal change, their function in the body changes and causes problems within the […]
  • Dr. Raetasha Dabney Explains The Types Of Lymph Node Surgeries Performed On Patients With Breast Cancer
    Types of Lymph Node Surgery for Breast Cancer Southlake, TX – April 15, 2020 – When breast cancer spreads, it goes to nearby lymph nodes under the arm, near the collarbone and breast bone. It’s important to know if your cancer has spread to lymph nodes. This will help to determine your treatment and prognosis. […]
  • Dr. Amelia Tower explains the numerous benefits of virtual colonoscopy
    Southlake, TX – Mar 14, 2020–A virtual colonoscopy helps to locate growths and polyps that grow inside the colon lining. Such polyps may turn cancerous as they grow. The procedure can also identify abnormalities such as bleeding, and diverticulosis in the colon and rectum. It involves the use of a CT scan to take images […]
  • Dr. Amelia Tower explains the different types of tumors found in cancer patients.
     Southlake, TX – February 13, 2020–Tumors are abnormal lumps of tissue that occur when cells divide uncontrollably in the body.  They can be cancerous or not. Healthy cells in the body will grow, divide, and replace one another. The old cells will die, and new ones will form. In cancer, new cells will form when […]

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