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Promising Cancer Breakthroughs in 2023

There are more than 100 different diseases that fall under the name of “cancer,” and an even further differentiating factor is that each diagnosis can be as unique as the individual patient. Fortunately, because of progress, advancements, and collaborations, cancer research is going strong, leading to promising developments in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, treatment, and […]

December 1, 2023

Partners in Care hosts physicians, breast cancer researchers at annual Fall Foliage Conference in Asheville

For more than three decades, physicians and breast cancer researchers from across the country have descended on western North Carolina each October for an academic conference named after the area’s vibrant fall foliage —and devoted to sharing the latest advances and innovations in cancer research and treatment. The 35th annual Fall Foliage Cancer Conference was held […]

November 28, 2023

Chicks N Chaps Redding furthers fight against breast cancer

Redding Rodeo Association Auxiliary volunteers raise $10K for charitable foundation serving cancer patients The 76th annual Redding Rodeo remains months away, but a group of rodeo volunteers recently stepped up with a five-figure donation to help provide financial assistance and other support to local cancer patients. Chicks N Chaps Redding, an affiliate of the Redding […]

November 21, 2023

Supportive Care is Palliative Care

Palliative care – also known as supportive care or comfort care – is a medical subspecialty that takes a whole health approach to treat the physical and mental symptoms caused by critical illnesses like cancer. The priority focus of palliative care is on a patient’s quality of life and needs and is an extra level […]

November 1, 2023

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: The Difference Between Breast Cysts & Tumors

Discovering a lump in your breast is understandably nerve-wracking. With about 1 in 8 women being diagnosed with breast cancer, it’s reasonable to be concerned about the potential of the lump being cancerous. However, breast lumps are very common in women, with most being noncancerous or life-threatening. As they say, knowledge is power – and […]

October 3, 2023

Southwest Florida charity runs raise nearly $50,000 for head and neck cancer patients

Partners in Care fundraiser debuts in Sarasota, returns to Cape Coral From costumed kids portraying their favorite superheroes to work teams united for a common cause, more than 500 Southwest Florida runners and walkers helped generate close to $50,000 toward head and neck cancer education, screening and treatment at two recent charity events in Cape […]

September 6, 2023