December 14, 2012

Hillsborough political force Ralph Hughes hid cancer from family, son testifies
Tampa Bay Times – Dec. 14

His son said Hughes would go to the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa for treatment days at a time unbeknownst to the family.

Newspaper With a Heart Program Keeps Woman With Cancer in a Home
The Ledger – Dec. 12
The treatments at Moffitt Cancer Center lasted a month and were done every eight hours, three days a week.

Apples may keep cancer away
The Times of India – Dec. 11
At the Indo-US bilateral meeting on accelerating botanicals/biologics agent development research for cancer chemoprevention held at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida, government health agencies from India and US focused on accelerating development of biologic drugs.

Buddy Check: "Chemo Brain" leaves breast cancer patients at a loss for words
10 News – Dec. 11
Moffitt Cancer Center researchers looked at close to 20 studies where breast cancer patients underwent chemotherapy. 

Chávez in Cuba for Cancer Surgery
The New York Times – Dec. 10
Dr. Julio Pow-Sang, chairman of urology at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Fla., said the most likely possibility was that Mr. Chávez was having a recurrence of cancer, in which case “the outlook would be very poor.”

Genetic counseling offers support to breast cancer patients
10 News – Dec. 10
Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center took a look at how a woman psychosocially adjusts after being diagnosed whether they had had surgery or not.

Pasco County business digest for Dec. 8
Tampa Bay Times – Dec. 8

He gained expertise in advance epilepsy, stroke and neurocritical care at both Tampa General Hospital and the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute.

Corporate Philanthropy 2012: 500+ Employees
Tampa Bay Business Journal – Dec. 7

Its community partner is the Children’s Cancer Center, but the company also has annual promotions supporting and fundraising for Moffitt Cancer Center, University of Florida Shands, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Heart Center, and Partners in Education.


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