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Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center has earned Center of Excellence designations from two organizations because of its comprehensive treatment and expertise in diagnosing breast cancer.
When her cough wouldn’t go away last February, Anetta “Jane” Edwards’ primary care physician ordered an X-ray, which confirmed her worst fear – lung cancer. Next came a CAT scan and a lung biopsy that left her in the ICU in a south Valley hospital for days.
With a family history of breast cancer, Jennifer Costello is taking extreme measures to get rid of her cancer risk. After finding a cancerous lump in one breast, she's taking extreme measures — rather than have a lumpectomy and follow up radiation, she’s opted for a double mastectomy and then breast reconstruction.Back to Videos
Jennifer Costello has “kicked cancer butt” as she vowed to do March 3 before she underwent a double mastectomy and the initial stage of breast reconstruction surgery at Clovis Community Medical Center. She’s completely cancer free with no need for any follow-up radiation or chemotherapy.
There can be a few anxious moments as a woman waits for that first follow-up mammogram after having breast cancer surgery. That was true for Theresa Polzien who shared her story with Healthcare Heroes television viewers.
The football-sized tumor on the back of Brent Jackson’s right thigh was a puzzle to the surgeon and pathologist who examined it at Community Regional Medical Center in a January biopsy surgery that was featured on the nationally syndicated Healthcare Heroes TV show. It turned out to be an aggressive muscle cancer usually found in children.
Brent Jackson, 22, a newly married grad student with a football-sized mass on his thigh turns to Dr. Christina Maser for a diagnosis.Back to Videos
California Cancer Center and Community Medical Centers’ cancer program were given the teaching level of accreditation and awarded The American College of Surgeons (ACOS) Accreditation with commendation as a teaching hospital for the third consecutive time.
This accreditation makes California Cancer Center the highest ACOS designated program in the San Joaquin Valley.