Oncology Resources

Information, articles and news about cancer and oncological care from Verdi Cancer and Research Center of Texas.


How to Improve Oncology Practice Management with AI and Automation

Administrative AI and automation technologies have been overlooked in the massive boom of recent healthcare innovations. While they may not be as exciting as surgical robots and other clinical AI solutions, AI and automation are crucial to improving practice administration…

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Everything to Know About Your Cancer Prognosis

When someone hears the word cancer, their first thought is often “Is cancer curable?” Many people want to know their prognosis immediately, while others find it daunting. Your oncologist will not be able to predict what will happen, but cancer…

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The Future of Cancer Detection and Diagnosis Research

To determine the severity of cancer, doctors must initially detect and diagnose the disease. Some cancers offer early detection and prevention, while other types of cancer require diligence and invasive procedures. The ability to detect and diagnose cancer in its…

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Sarcoma Cancer Awareness: The Forgotten Cancer

July is National Sarcoma and Bone Cancer Awareness month, highlighting what’s widely considered the “forgotten cancer,” even though as many as 17,000 Americans are diagnosed with Sarcoma yearly. Sarcoma cancer research and drug development methods are challenging due to a lack…

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Empowering Patients Through Advance Care Planning

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 70% of Americans don’t currently have an advanced care plan. Advance care management is critical for empowering patients, especially when patients and their loved ones are dealing with one…

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How Do I Tell Loved Ones About My Cancer Diagnosis?

Each person responds to a cancer diagnosis differently. While some people are committed to remaining positive while adjusting to life with cancer, others feel shattered and even angry. Regardless of your reaction to the diagnosis, the critical matter of announcing…

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