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OneOncology Launches OneR, a Community Oncology Research Network: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


As a partner of OneOncology, The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders now has the ability to further its clinical trial offerings and oncology research knowledge by joining the launch of OneR. OneR is a national site management organization that brings operational expertise and centralized services to efficiently deliver multi-center clinical research across our growing …



Dr. Rezaie and the Importance of Mammograms: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Dr. Rezaie, our quality of life physician says, “I 100% believe in and promote preventive screenings, such as the mammogram. I even had my own mammogram in August; I did not anticipate the journey, upon which I would embark. I completely empathize with patients who experience the angst and anxiety surrounding the wait for results, …



Parker County Today Article: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Our friends at Parker County Today stopped by The Center location in Weatherford to interview Dr. Ray Page and two of our newest doctors, Dr. Aaron Laine and Dr. Talha Riaz. They talk about their specialties and how they are caring for the Parker County Community. You read the whole article by here and by …



UV24 Overhead Air Purification System Installation at all Center locations: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is in the process of installing UV24 OVERHEAD AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM – 24/7 INFECTION CONTROL systems in the waiting areas and infusion suites in our direct lease clinics. This UV system will continuously disinfect the air in these areas and essentially remove all bacteria and viruses from the …



Vitamin D-More than just the Sunshine Vitamin: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


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As a Director of Integrative Medicine, I have noticed a growing trend in vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D deficiency, a “silent disease” with few obvious symptoms, is a serious health threat and has been associated with an increased risk of certain cancers, especially breast and prostate cancer, cardiovascular disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, depression, schizophrenia, rheumatoid …



Dr. Ray Page named the recipient of 2020 President’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Service: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


As a medical oncologist, Dr. Ray Page has treated thousands of cancer patients in North Texas with care and compassion. As a researcher driven to develop new chemotherapy drugs, he has given many others hope. As an educator, he has taught and mentored innumerable students and professionals at all levels of training and expertise at …



The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Partners with OneOncology: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders to the partnership

May 18 – Nashville, TN –  OneOncology, the national network of independent community oncologists, announced a new partnership with The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) in North Texas as the oncology network expands its footprint in the southwest. CCBD, which has treated patients since 1994, is a multi-disciplinary cancer center with 36 cancer specialists, …



Journey of Hope: Navigating the Course: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Our Patient Navigators are an integral part of The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. They guide patients through the scary and unfamiliar territory that comes with a cancer diagnosis. Our patient navigators provide guidance, strength, and courage along that journey.



Recognizing Bobby Henley: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Recognizing Bobby Henley

Our wonderful valet Bobby was recognized by the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show for the amazing work he does at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. He was nominated by Leslie Hunt, a nurse navigator at The Center. You can listen to the interview below. He talks about his love of The Center and how …



The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders moves forward with phase II of its strategic alliance with VieCure and commences installation of the VCurePrecision™ A.I. oncology informatics platform: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


CCBD has been on the forefront of new innovation in cancer care for the past decade FORT WORTH, Texas, and DENVER, Colo. — April 20, 2020 — The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) announced that it is moving forward with the next phase of an important strategic collaboration agreement with the oncology informatics …



COVID-19 and Integrative Medicine: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


COVID-19

Catherine Oseni, Pharma. D., ABAAHP, FAAMFMDirector of Integrative Medicine As your integrative and functional medicine expert, one of the frequently asked questions over the past few weeks has been my top preventative recommendation via nutrition to boost the immune system against the Coronavirus. We are being bombarded with information about it on a daily basis. …



TeleMedicine: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


TeleMedicine

Notice to Our Patients on Telemedicine To our valued patients, We want you to know that your health and safety is our utmost priority. In light of the pandemic and in an effort to protect the health and safety of our patients, we are pleased to announce that the physicians of The Center for Cancer and …



A letter on COVID-19: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


COVID-19

From The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders  Dear Valued Patient,  The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorder is committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff, and community.  As we continue to closely monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we offer you reassurance that we are taking every precaution necessary to ensure your …



COVID-19: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Washing hands

 What is COVID-19?  Coronavirus disease 2019, or “COVID-19,” is an infection caused by a specific virus called SARS-CoV-2. It first appeared in late 2019 in the city of Wuhan, China. People with COVID-19 can have fever, cough, and trouble breathing. Problems with breathing happen when the infection affects the lungs and causes pneumonia. While the …



Dr. Ganesa meets the boy whose life she helped save by donating bone marrow: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Three years ago Dr. Ganesa donated bone marrow to a 6-year-old boy. Recently, she was able to meet the boy she helped save and his family. The story was featured on the front page of the Dallas Morning News and on WFAA in the segment above. Excerpt from the Dallas Morning News article: “As a …



Cooking with Dr. Oseni: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


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Join us for “Cooking with Dr. Oseni” on February 26 at noon at the Fort Worth Campus. Dr. Oseni will be cooking up something delicious while she talks about the benefits of integrative medicine. The event will be held in the Michael Ross Community Room and is FREE to attend. Please RSVP to Laura Hoffman …



Massage Therapy: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Joy Havner, a massage therapist at The Center, talks about massage therapy and the different benefits that it provides to cancer patients.Massage therapy is one of many services offered at The Center thanks to our partnership with CAREity. Ask about these services the next time you are at The Center.



Meditation Styles: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Meditation Styles

“Meditation Styles.” Dr. Catherine Oseni, is the Director of Integrative Medicine at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders I woke up this morning to the beautiful view of the falling leaves, realizing the season has definitely changed, we are now in the fall season. It brought a lot of excitement to me as I …



Journey of Hope: Moments of Faith: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


   In this webisode, we discuss the faith and spirituality aspect of cancer treatment. The hope that it provides is important to many cancer patients is a place of solace and comfort.



Journey of Hope: Search Engine Blues: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


 This webisode is a follow up to our Journey of Hope series. In this episode, you will hear about the internet and nutrition. There’s a lot of misinformation on the internet about nutrition and cancer. The Center has resources that aid in dispelling that misinformation.



Arlington MCA: Beauty in the Waiting: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


   One of our patients was so inspired by a previous patient that had painted a ceiling tile in the chemo room at our Arlington MCA Clinic, that she took it upon herself to find volunteers to paint the entire ceiling!  Teri Y Holsberg said,” While I was in the chemo room yesterday I commented …



Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 4: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 4

We hope you enjoy the fourth and final episode of Astonishing Hope: a Podcast About Cancer Journeys. A candid conversation with Dr. Bibas Reddy, Tami Ramey, Terry Purdom, and Lindell Singleton about cancer and how to talk about it.   https://thecentertx.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Astonishing-Hope-Ep_4-8_26_19-6.05-PM.mp3



Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 3: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 3

We hope you enjoy the third episode of Astonishing Hope: a Podcast About Cancer Journeys. A candid conversation with Dr. Bibas Reddy, Tami Ramey, Terry Purdom, and Lindell Singleton about cancer and how to talk about it. On this episode, we hear from Helena Iannaccone an Advanced Nurse Practitioner at the Center. She talks about her …



Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 2: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


We hope you enjoy the second episode of Astonishing Hope: a Podcast About Cancer Journeys. A candid conversation with Dr. Bibas Reddy, Tami Ramey, Terry Purdom, and Lindell Singleton about cancer and how to talk about it. In this episode, Lindell, Terry, and Tami talk about being an advocate for yourself with your doctor and …



Astonishing Hope: a Podcast About Cancer Journeys: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Astonishing Hope, Podcast: Episode 3

We hope you enjoy Astonishing Hope: a Podcast About Cancer Journeys. You will hear a candid conversation with Dr. Bibas Reddy, Tami Ramey, Terry Purdom, and Lindell Singleton about cancer and how to talk about it. Starting this week and for the next 3 weeks, we will be releasing Podcasts every Monday. They are running …



Journey of Hope: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


  This past Saturday our five-part series “Journey of Hope” premiered on WFAA. Dr. Ganesa from The Center, patient Terry Purdam, and producer Lindell Singleton were on Good Morning Texas to talk about the series and its message of Hope. We hope you are able to tune in for the rest of the series which will …



Exercise and Cancer Treatments: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


Summer Blog Exercise and Cancer Treatments: How Exercise Can Complement Cancer Treatments by Dr. Oseni Does increased physical activity aid in supporting the immune system during cancer treatments? YES, it does. Exercise is a great tool to support and boost the immune system. This is not a rigorous, intensive exercise regimen for an extended period of …



What is the best drinking water: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


What is the best drinking water for me? What is the best pH for my water? High ph or low ph water? By Dr. Oseni I often get asked these questions, which brand of water is better or what is the best ph for my water 9.5 or 10 or 8? We all know that Water …



The Power of Foods: The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders


The Power of Foods to Prevent or Help in the Fight Against Cancer by Dr. Oseni Have you heard this before, “nature has its way of repairing the body.”  What we usually refer to as “disease” is actually our nature’s positive effect on our body, causing it to undertake a series of biochemical and physiological actions …


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