Managing Early-Stage Melanoma

— Wide excision, adequate margins, options for adjuvant therapy by Charles Bankhead, Senior Editor, MedPage Today Reviewed By Meredith McKean, MD, MPH, clinical investigator, Melanoma and Skin Cancer Research Program, Sarah Cannon Research Institute, Tennessee Oncology, Nashville Surgery forms the basis of treatment for early-stage melanoma, which includes stages I and II and most stage […]

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Tennessee Oncology Named One of Nine Oncology Practices Certified Through ASCO Patient-Centered Cancer Care Certification Pilot

First round of certifications demonstrates that evidence- and value-based cancer care delivery model is achievable for oncology practices in all settings Today, the Association for Clinical Oncology (ASCO) announced that nine outpatient oncology group practices have achieved certification through the new ASCO Patient-Centered Cancer Care Certification pilot based on their adherence to oncology medical home […]

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(Men)ding Lines – Charlie Penley

Read original article HERE. Casting for Recovery’s (Men)ding Lines series is back! Each month, we will highlight a male river helper, donor or volunteer who is supportive of CfR. Meet Charlie Penley, a CfR BOT and longtime River Helper who is passionate about both fly fishing and serving women with breast cancer. Tell us about […]

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“It’s a great honor to share my friend ‘Hawk’, a fellow Cadet at the Air Force Academy, on this Memorial Day.” – Amy Cox, Nurse Practitioner, Gallatin Clinic

“Today I will remember and share Captain David Hawkins “Hawk”. I knew “Hawk” as a cadet at the Air Force Academy. He flew the U-2 and served in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Great Britain. During the Bosnian conflict in 1995 “Hawk” was flying reconnaissance missions for NATO from Langford AFB in the Cotswolds region of Great […]

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