News Stories

Charity Country Western Hoe Down Event to Benefit Local Cancer Programs

October 22, 2014

FORT MYERS, Fla. - 21st Century C.A.R.E., the Fort Myers-based charitable foundation that provides support and assistance to cancer patients in need, is presenting the 1st Annual Scope for Hope “Country Western Hoe Down.” The event will be a night filled with line dancing, fun games, great prizes, and chance drawings for all country connoisseurs to enjoy.

New Medical Oncologist Joins Jacksonville Cancer Treatment Network

October 21, 2014

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– Board Certified Medical Oncologist George Kim, M.D. has joined 21st Century Oncology of Jacksonville, part of the nation’s leading provider of cancer care services across multiple modalities. Dr. Kim will now provide medical oncology services at the center.

21st Century Oncology Welcomes New Oncologist to New York

October 20, 2014

YONKERS, N.Y. – 21st Century Oncology, the nation’s leading provider of cancer care services across multiple modalities, announces that Radiation Oncologist Dhwani Parikh, M.D. has joined the New York practice network.

New Bone Imaging Technology Now Available for Cancer Patients in Lodi

October 20, 2014

LODI, Calif. – Valley P.E.T. Institute and Ben Schaffer Cancer Institute are pleased to announce a new program offering more precise imaging to treat cancer with radiation therapy. This new program will offer PET/CT imaging to cancer patients, providing a more detailed picture for radiation oncologists to pinpoint and treat cancer that has metastasized to the bone.

New Cancer Fighting Technology Now Available in Bradenton

October 16, 2014

21st Century Oncology, the nation’s largest radiation therapy provider is proud to announce the re-opening of the 21st Century Oncology office in Bradenton, Florida. The newly remodeled office located at 401 Manatee Avenue East, Suite A, Bradenton, FL 34208 now offers TrueBeam, a new cancer treatment technology that provides a radically different approach to cancer care.

Breast Cancer Survivor: Don’t Be Afraid of “The Big C”

October 15, 2014

When 68-year-old Homosassa resident Alice Dunagan went for her annual mammogram, she was concerned when the results came back suspicious. After a digital mammogram and biopsy, she learned that she had stage 1 breast cancer.