Providing Cancer Care in the Age of COVID-19

By Samyukta Mullangi, Johnetta Blakeley, and Stephen Schleicher Read original article HERE. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges to oncology care; an area of medicine that typically involves frequent, in-person patient visits to complete a course of treatment. In many ways, COVID-19 has served as a stress test for the specialty, and has catalyzed […]

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THE BEST MEETING IN COMMUNITY ONCOLOGY IS MORE ACCESSIBLE THAN EVER

If you’ve ever been to the Community Oncology Conference, you already know: This is the one conference where you can bring your whole practice, and everyone will benefit. Last year, thirty members from across our organization tuned in. Since the Conference is virtual again this year and free for health care professionals, I have encouraged […]

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IMPORTANT REMINDERS: COVID-19 Update 1/4/2021

Tennessee Oncology is not yet giving the COVID-19 vaccine in any of our clinics. We have applied for approval to administer the COVID-19 vaccine at most of our locations. Final approval is pending.  When we are approved to give the vaccine, an injection appointment will need to be made in order to receive it due […]

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Expert Insights on Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Treating Patients by Subtype

View original from Targeted Oncology HERE. A number of targeted agents have been approved in the setting of metastatic breast cancer, which has allowed for more personalized treatment approaches and underscores the importance of genomic testing. The breast cancer treatment landscape continues to expand with the development of new and novel therapies that improve outcomes […]

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