Helpful links about cancer and oncological care from other medical resources.


Understanding the Role of Vaccines in Public Health

Most of us probably remember getting vaccinated against numerous infectious diseases that could lead to severe illnesses and, in some cases, death when we were kids.  And as parents, many of us have had our children vaccinated against many of…

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How Advances in Imaging and Technology are Helping to Advance Sarcoma and Bone Cancer Research

Sarcoma, or bone cancer, is a rare form of cancer that develops in the bones. If doctors can detect cancer in its early stages, they can use surgical treatment, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy to cure it. The symptoms are not…

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Understanding Kidney Cancer: Types, Causes, and Risk Factors

Kidney cancer is a treatable condition where abnormal cell growth forms kidney tumors. It’s relatively common, and the good news is that effective treatment options are available. Stay positive—learn about this manageable disease and its promising treatment strategies.   What…

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Nashville Oncology Associates offers Patients Opportunity to Participate in Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial, CHAMP-1, for the Treatment of Advanced Solid Tumors or Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma (DLBCL)

​​Nashville Oncology Associates is excited to announce our status as a study location in the Phase 1/2 clinical trial, CHAMP-1. The trial is an open-label, multi-center study for patients with advanced solid tumors or diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL). The…

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Navigating Brain Cancer: Treatment Options and Supportive Care

Navigating Brain Cancer: Treatment Options and Supportive Care Brain cancer is a complex and challenging disease, and the healing process can unfold in many stages. With various brain cancer treatments available, patients now have more hope than ever. Common treatments…

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The Latest Research on Esophageal Cancer

Few diseases strike fear in the hearts of men, women, and, sadly, some children more than being diagnosed with cancer. According to a study published by the American Cancer Society), in 2022, nearly 2 million people were diagnosed with cancer.…

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