Modesto News

Cancer Chat: Get Up & Get Moving ›

December 12, 2018

Learn about the importance of physical activity during and after cancer treatment, which may improve quality of life.

Cancer Chat: Navigating Emotions During Cancer Treatment  ›

November 28, 2018

Learn about dealing with the difficult emotions that come along with a cancer diagnosis.

Cancer Chat: Fad Diets: Friend or Foe?  ›

October 24, 2018

Learn how to identify a Fad Diet and the what health benefits they offer and what negative health consequences may occur.

Cancer Chat: Radiation Therapy Options for Breast Cancer ›

September 26, 2018

Learn about the different radiation options for breast cancer treatment and what to ask your breast radiation oncologist.

Cancer Chat: Chemo Crew Comforts ›

August 22, 2018

Learn about Chemo Crew and how they can provide hope and help to cancer patients and their families. Receive a FREE Chemo Kit with practical tips and tools that offer comfort to patients

Cancer Chat: What Men Should Know About Prostate Health ›

July 18, 2018

Learn about signs, symptoms and early detection of prostate cancer and how to minimize side effects during treatment.

Cancer Chat: Us TOO In-Service ›

June 27, 2018

Learn about Modesto’s local Us TOO prostate support group and the many comforts they have to offer.

Cancer Chat: Navigating Emotions During Cancer Treatment  ›

May 23, 2018

Learn about dealing with the difficult emotions that come along with a cancer diagnosis. Explore many options that can improve outcomes and reduce stress during cancer treatment.

21st Century Oncology Appoints Chief Executive Officer – Kimberly Commins-Tzoumakas ›

April 18, 2018

21st Century Oncology Holdings, Inc., the largest global provider of integrated cancer care services, announced today that, following an extensive national search process, it has appointed Kimberly Commins-Tzoumakas as its Chief Executive Officer to lead the company into the future.

Self-Advocacy Inspires Cancer Survivor to Pay It Forward ›

April 06, 2018

MODESTO, Calif. - When 72-year-old Modesto veteran Gene Dias saw his PSA levels rising, he asked his doctors to look into it. A Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test is used to monitor and screen for prostate cancer, and dramatic rises over time can be cause for concern.

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