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Dr. Ray Page named the recipient of 2020 President’s Alumni Award for Distinguished Service

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

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, …


COVID-19 Update

Dear Valued Patient, The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorder is committed to the health and safety of our patients, staff, and community. Effective Monday, May 4, 2020, in relation to the Governor’s Executive Orders for Phase 1 opening Texas it also included some mandates that have been adopted by the Texas Medical Board.  A …


May 2020 Calendar

It’s May. Here are some highlights on the calendar below. May 6th – National Nurses Day. We are thankful for all the amazing nurses that are dedicated to the patients and the mission of The CenterMay 10th – Mother’s Day! May 25th – Memorial Day!


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

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 …


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

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

 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 …


March Calendar

March is here and Spring is around the corner & the first day of Spring is March 19. The Center has some great events coming up this month. Meditation with Rinda is happening at the Fort Worth locations on March 12 and 24 at 10 am. Our monthly Birds of a Feather event is happening …


Dr. Ganesa meets the boy whose life she helped save by donating bone marrow

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

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 …


Lung Cancer Screenings

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is hosting Lung Cancer Screenings in November. They will be FREE for all First responders and $50 for everyone else. The locations, dates, and times are below. Call (817) 999-2530 or email lhoffman@txcc.com to schedule a screening. Weatherford 920 Santa Fe Dr Friday, November 8 from 11 am …


Journey of Hope

  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 …


3rd Annual Pink Teal Luncheon

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is proud to present the 3rd Annual Pink Teal Luncheon. The Pink Teal Luncheon brings hope and awareness to breast and gynecological cancers. It is an opportunity for guests to hear from survivors and their journeys. This year we will hear from comedian Karen Mills as she presents Humor …


2nd Annual Pink Teal Luncheon

With over 300 guests in attendance, the second annual Pink Teal Luncheon held on Oct 11, 2018 at the Sheraton Hotel in Arlington was a great success with proceeds benefiting the Cancer Assistance Fund of North Texas! Keynote speaker Janine Turner, Catherine  Marchel, and emcee Scott Murray did an amazing job raising awareness about cancers …


Graduate counseling program partners with UNTHSC’s Institute for Patient Safety

Texas Wesleyan’s graduate counseling program has joined together with UNT Health Science Center and the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders to offer counseling services to patients. Texas Wesleyan’s graduate counseling program has joined together with UNT Health Science Center (UNTHSC) and the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD) to offer counseling services to …


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