2 years ago

Sierra Nevada Cancer Center Offers Lung Cancer Treatment in Your Hometown

Lung Cancer Treatment Options

Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in both men and women. Lung cancer causes more deaths than colorectal, breast, and prostate cancers combined. Chemotherapy continues to be the most effective lung can read more...

2 years ago

The Future of Colon Cancer Treatment

Colon cancer will affect 1 in 20 Americans in their lifetime. So how effective is chemotherapy for colon cancer? And perhaps more importantly, what’s the latest in colon cancer treatment?

 

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2 years ago

Are Breast Cancer Vaccines The New Chemotherapy?

The idea of curing breast cancer with a simple therapeutic vaccine instead of surgery and/or months of chemotherapy or radiation is very appealing to patients and breast cancer centers alike. And while we’re not quite there yet scientificall read more...

2 years ago

SNCC Offers Immunotherapy, Cancer Vaccines

The immune system is developed to help protect the body from infections and diseases. Immune cells are designed to travel through the body to detect harmful germs or cells that can cause infections. The immune system can also help protect the body read more...

2 years ago

Lung Cancer Treatment Options

“At SNCC, we believe in treating the patient as a whole, not only the disease,” Dr. Perez said. “We work diligently to educate patients about their condition and treatment options.”

 

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2 years ago

Sierra Nevada Cancer Center Talks Breast Cancer: Care, Prevention, Risk Factors

Thanks to remarkable improvements in cancer detection, care and research, millions of women are surviving breast cancer today.

 

Our last post talked about treatment options and detection methods. This time, we’re ta read more...

2 years ago

Sierra Nevada Cancer Center Helps Women with Breast Cancer

It is estimated that in the year 2015, about 40,290 wives, mothers, daughters, granddaughters, nieces and sisters will die from breast cancer.

However, according to the American Cancer Society, there are currently more than 2.8 million b read more...