The Center For Cancer & Blood Disorders: Site Archives



Category: Blogs


Exercise and Cancer Treatments

Summer Blog Exercise and Cancer Treatments: How Exercise Can Complement Cance 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

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 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 …


Category: Events


June Calendar

Happy June y’all! We are almost half way through 2019 and we’ve got some great events for you this month. We are hosting a Scarf Class with Jolynda at the Fort Worth Campus. It will be on Wednesday, June 26th at 1:00 PM. There is a $5 cash cost at the door to attentd. Please …

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 …

What is the best drinking water

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 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 …

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 …


Category: Featured Article


June Calendar

Happy June y’all! We are almost half way through 2019 and we’ve got some great events for you this month. We are hosting a Scarf Class with Jolynda at the Fort Worth Campus. It will be on Wednesday, June 26th at 1:00 PM. There is a $5 cash cost at the door to attentd. Please …

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 …

What is the best drinking water

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 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 …

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 …

Brenda Zimmermann & Dr. Ray Page Discussing Careity

Brenda Zimmermann, a patient at The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders discusses Careity with Dr. Ray Page.

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is now offering SpaceOAR Hydrogel

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is now offering SpaceOAR hydrogel, an innovative product for men choosing to undergo radiation therapy for prostate cancer. Applied during a minimally invasive procedure, the hydrogel acts as a protective spacer between the prostate and the rectum and has been clinically proven to reduce the risk of side …

Pink Teal Luncheon 2017 Recap

Thanks to Shannon Miller, Sam Morrow, our generous sponsors and our incredible staff, our inaugural Pink Teal Luncheon was a tremendous success! We are so humbled to have welcomed 250 attendees to our event to raise awareness for women’s cancer. Shannon Miller and Samantha Morrow led the event with their inspiring stories of perseverance and …

The 1st Annual Pink Teal Luncheon

We are grateful for the opportunity to invite you to participate in the 1st Annual Pink TealLuncheon. Our goal is to make this an annual event raising awareness of cancers that most often affect women – Breast and Gynecologic Cancers. 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop breast cancer over the course of her lifetime …

Oncology Pathways – Preventing a Good Idea From Going Bad

Dr. Ray Page, medical oncologist at The Center, recently co-authored a JAMA viewpoint on clinical pathways. The article provides helpful insight for cancer clinicians on the effectiveness of this program. //oncology.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2485187

Steady Growth for Community practice Despite Uneven Field

Steady Growth for Community practice Despite Uneven Field

Making the Most of Your Advanced Breast Cancer Treatment Conversations

Caption: Robyn R. Young, M.D. shares recommendations for how women with advanced cancer can better understand and discuss their treatment options with their doctor. The average doctor’s visit lasts around 15 minutes1 of the approximately 150,000 people in the United States living with advanced breast cancer, –locally advanced (stage III) or metastatic (stage IV) breast cancer2 questions answered …

We are pleased to announce our relocation to 515 W. Mayfield Road, Suite 102 Arlington TX as of Monday, September 21.

As of 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 17, the Arlington location will be closed. and for the remainder of the weekend while we conduct the move.  If you experience a medical emergency during this time, please call 911. We look forward to continued care at our new location.

Buy A Brick

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders and the Cancer Assistance Fund of North Texas are pleased to announce the establishment of the BRICK GARDEN. We will be transforming the grassy area in front of the building into a beautiful garden to honor you and/or your loved one(s) with an engraved brick walkway. The BRICK …


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Leading the Way in Robotic Surgery

DeEtte Vasques, DO, gynecologic and surgical oncologist at The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders gives her patients the most up-to-date and aggressive options for fighting gynecologic cancers. She recently completed her 1,000th minimally invasive robotic assisted surgery using the da Vinci robot, a milestone and distinction not shared by any other surgeon in Tarrant …

The Center Welcomes Dr. Chris Murray, Ph.D.

Dr. Murray is a psychotherapist with years of clinical experience and a heart for our patient’s needs. Dr. Murray has a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling and a Ph.D. in Counseling / Clinical Psychology from Southwestern Baptist and psychotherapy experience in clinical inpatient, outpatient, community mental health, and private practice settings. He …

Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Begins New Care Approach

The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders has been selected by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to participate in an initiative promoting better cancer care. The physician group practice, headquartered in Fort Worth, provides cancer treatment to more than 12,000 patients annually at locations in Fort Worth, Arlington, Weatherford, Burleson, Granbury, Mineral …

‘I attribute all my success in treatment to God and Dr. Potluri.’ — Barbara Williams

Barbara Williams, right of Alvarado says she’s thankful to God and Dr. Vinaya Potluri for saving her life. Most women are diagnosed with breast cancer after they feel a lump in their breast or they have a mammogram, but not Barbara Williams, 63, of Alvarado. No, her breast cancer diagnosis started an unusual way — …

American Association of Physicists in Medicine – Press Release

College Park, MD – July 28, 2015 – The American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) is pleased to announce that Mr. Russell Tarver has been elected a Fellow of the Association. The category of Fellow honors members who have distinguished themselves by their contributions in research, education, or leadership in the medical physics community. …

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