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Community providers form independent cancer care network

Three large cancer practices have teamed up to create OneOncology. Announced Wednesday, OneOncology includes Tennessee Oncology, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists and Memphis-based West Cancer Center, comprising more than 225 providers and over 60 locations. The new company is being infused with $200 million in funding from New York-based private equity firm General Atlantic […]

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Meet Your ASCO President-Elect, Dr. Howard A. “Skip” Burris

By Amanda Narod, ASCO Communications Howard A. “Skip” Burris III, MD, FACP, FASCO, a long-time member and volunteer, began his role as ASCO president-elect in June 2018. An ASCO member for nearly 30 years, Dr. Burris’ service to the Society is extensive. His volunteer roles include member of the ASCO Board of Directors and ASCO’s […]

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Partnership To Provide “Leading Edge” Radiation Oncology Services

From The Chattanoogan Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Parkridge Medical Center has partnered with Tennessee Oncology to provide “leading-edge” radiation oncology treatments to patients in the community. “The collaboration enhances the broad spectrum of cancer services offered at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Parkridge Medical Center,” officials said. “Cancer treatment plans can be complex and […]

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Due to weather, the following clinics will be closed today, January 16:

(please check back for further closures) – Lebanon – Summit – Pulaski – Clarksville – Hendersonville closing at noon. Debbie Skojac will be taking call. – McMinnville – Shelbyville closing at noon. Dr. Eze will take call until 4:30. Shelbyville will open at 10:00, Jan. 17. – CMC closing at noon – Dickson closing at […]

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