Archive for February 2017

The Disneyland of Cancer Treatment

Author: Kate Mathis, MD Anderson Proton Therapy Patient Last proton therapy treatment Today is my last proton therapy treatment and I am almost 2 weeks out from my last chemotherapy treatment. I would love to tell you I’m doing great, but really, it depends on the moment. This morning I’m reflecting on my experience at the…

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Rodeo Houston Rolling In

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo kicks off March 2 and ends March 26 at NRG Park. The rodeo continues to be one of Houston’s most popular events with over 1 million people in attendance. Families from all over the world come to enjoy the many activities happening at the rodeo. Since 1932, the Houston…

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Exercise for a Healthier You

Exercise is an effective way to reduce the risk of developing cancer. Even more, it helps improve cancer survival. According to the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), exercise reduces the risk of breast, colorectal and endometrial cancers. However, it can be difficult to meet the recommended exercise levels of 150 minutes of moderate activity…

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