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Lung, Prostate, and Colon Cancers Decline Across the U.S., but Colon Cancer Still Expected to Rise in Texas

The American Cancer Society recently released its 2015 Cancer Facts & Figures showing that new cases of the most common forms of cancer, including lung, colon, and prostate, are decreasing across the United States. Cancer prevention and treatment is better today than at any time in history, so it makes sense that increased awareness of these common cancers, combined with early screening and detection, is leading to a decreased number of cases.
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A Team of Cancer Specialists

Sports teams recognize the value of a deep roster—each player has different talents and, together, many parts form a competitive whole. In cancer care, a “deep roster” is equally important. Treating cancer is a complex process with many nuances that sometimes call for specialized knowledge.
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Fight for Fear

Fight for Fear For adults, it’s easy to comfort children about the things they fear – the dark, things that go bump in the night and other frightful things. Bu...
Innovative Tools for FIGHTING CANCER

Innovative Tools for FIGHTING CANCER

Today, many Texas Oncology physicians and patients participate in clinical trials and research studies to find more efficient tools and therapies, including trials in McAllen. We invest in these leading-edge tools and new research today so that more Texans can have healthier tomorrows. To learn more about how Texas Oncology helps Texans fight cancer, visit www.TexasOncology.com.