Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. (CTCA) is a national network of five hospitals that specialize in the treatment of patients fighting complex or advanced-stage cancer.
A national chain of cancer treatment hospitals is bringing its community education mission to Philadelphia with free classes in healthy cooking.
Doctors with the Cancer Treatment Centers of America say the number of breast cancer diagnoses among South Asian women in the United States has gone up.
Eating healthy is always important, but it takes on added significance when you’re sick or battling a serious illness.
It may seem pointless to make resolutions when sick, but you can take steps to bring more joy and peace to your life says Dr. Lynn Bornfriend, a psychiatrist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia.
Hospital patients at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America facility in Northeast Philadelphia got a lesson on the health benefits of cooking with Indian spices.
For cancer patients in their childbearing years who are hoping for a family, losing that choice can be devastating.
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Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) has opened a new, state-of-the-art, 17,000 square foot Stem Cell Transplant and Cell Therapy Unit to treat patients with hematologic malignancies.
“It has a dedicated infusion center for outpatient treatments and it also has a apheresis section where we will collect stem cells. It has cryopreservation laboratory,” Dr. Pamela Crilley said.
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JoAnna Zammiello, a clinical oncology nutritionist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, says cutting out whole food groups doesn’t make sense.
Learn more about the one-of-a-kind cancer treatment that uses gold.
The “Nanoknife” is able to target especially difficult tumors: those which can’t be removed because of their critical location, or those that have not responded to conventional treatment.