Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, is a national, for-profit network of five hospitals that serves cancer patients throughout the United States. CTCA follows an integrative approach to cancer care that uses conventional approaches like surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and immunotherapy to treat the cancer, while also offering integrative therapies to help manage side effects like pain, nausea, fatigue, lymphedema, malnutrition, depression and anxiety. Wikipedia

Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, is a national, for-profit network of five hospitals that serves cancer patients throughout the United States. CTCA follows an integrative approach to cancer care that uses conventional approaches like surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and immunotherapy to treat the cancer, while also offering integrative therapies to help manage side effects like pain, nausea, fatigue, lymphedema, malnutrition, depression and anxiety. Wikipedia

  • Oct 31 at 4:54 PM
    Happy Halloween! Our Tulsa hospital employees are in the Halloween spirit.
  • Oct 31 at 9:08 AM
    Patients and caregivers at our Tulsa hospital were encouraged to write inspirational words on this pumpkin. What would you add?
  • Oct 24 at 8:59 AM
    The employees at our Tulsa hospital participated in the @KomenTulsa Race for the Cure this past weekend by hosting an educational booth in the survivor tent and one in the main race area. #ctcasupports
  • Oct 19 at 0:19 PM
    Cancer treatment didnt change my active life, but it did change my looks. I lost my hair and I lost weight. At first, these side effects were difficult, but I quickly learned to embrace them, and to embrace the beauty in me that cant be taken away by medication. I wore hats and enjoyed putting on make-up. A few new outfits made a big difference. I bought fake eyelashes, too. None of my exercise students even noticed. I added walking and biking to my exercise regimen because staying active made me feel good. But what really mattered most when it came to coping with side effects was my attitude. I knew I couldnt continue to worry about what other people were thinking. I had to just deal with what was happening and face it. And it got better. Today I am enjoying my full and happy life more than ever. Heather Holladay, #breastcancer fighter

Oct 31, 4:54 PM

Happy Halloween! Our Tulsa hospital employees are in the Halloween spirit.

Oct 31, 9:08 AM

Patients and caregivers at our Tulsa hospital were encouraged to write inspirational words on this pumpkin. What would you add?

Oct 24, 8:59 AM

The employees at our Tulsa hospital participated in the @KomenTulsa Race for the Cure this past weekend by hosting an educational booth in the survivor tent and one in the main race area. #ctcasupports

Oct 19, 0:19 PM

Cancer treatment didnt change my active life, but it did change my looks. I lost my hair and I lost weight. At first, these side effects were difficult, but I quickly learned to embrace them, and to embrace the beauty in me that cant be taken away by medication. I wore hats and enjoyed putting on make-up. A few new outfits made a big difference. I bought fake eyelashes, too. None of my exercise students even noticed. I added walking and biking to my exercise regimen because staying active made me feel good. But what really mattered most when it came to coping with side effects was my attitude. I knew I couldnt continue to worry about what other people were thinking. I had to just deal with what was happening and face it. And it got better. Today I am enjoying my full and happy life more than ever. Heather Holladay, #breastcancer fighter

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