CTCA Helping Others

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America was founded by Richard Stephenson. He started the center after his mom died from cancer. The center was inspired by Stephenson feeling like his mom did not receive excellent care from the center where she was being treated. At Cancer Treatment Centers of America, patients are all given top of the line care. All patients are also all treated like family, as they understand this is a very difficult time they’re going through.

The first Cancer Treatment Centers of America hospital was opened in 1988. The headquarters for Cancer Treatment Centers of America originally open in the state of IL. As of today, the company has several locations and their main office is located in Boca Raton, Florida.

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America treats more than just the cancer itself. They also treat all of the side effects that comes with cancer and the cancer treatments, including depression, anxiety, pain, fatigue, malnutrition, nausea, and other side effects as well. The Cancer Treatment Centers of Americas also have diverse methods of treatments used to treat cancer. For cancer treatment, they use surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and immunotherapy. They have mastered a safe way to use all of these techniques safely.

Recently, the Cancer Treatment Centers of America has teamed with LabCorp and the National Football League to help prostate cancer awareness. In September of 2017 they started allowing men to sign up for prostate cancer screenings. The first 2,000 men to sign up will receive free screenings. After the first 2,000 men sign up, the screenings will then be given at a discounted price of $25. Prostate screenings are important, especially for African American men since they are more likely to obtain the illness. For testing, all mean can stop at any LabCorp location in the United States.

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