A patient advisor recalls his experiences as a new patient at Moffitt and decides to volunteer in the orientation program to help others. Read More
Ina was referred to Moffitt Cancer Center, where she learned about a new treatment option called stereotactic radiosurgery. Read More
After being in denial about his prostate cancer diagnosis, James Ridley finally decided to become his own advocate and began doing exhaustive research on alternatives to surgery. Read More
Dottie says she felt numb hearing the word cancer but after meeting with Dr. Mitchel Hoffman she knew she had made the right decision to come to Moffitt for uterine cancer treatment. Read More
Artemis encourages other LGBTQ+ patients to find the light by actively seeking mental health support and connecting with loved ones. Read More
Amanda was on a mission to try out for the Olympics when she found out her cancer came back. "I am so much stronger, wiser, and I have a different outlook on life now," she says. Read More
Bárbara is giving back by serving on Moffitt’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). The group comes together monthly to provide feedback on patient services and programs. Read More
After several misdiagnoses, Katie is referred to Moffitt Cancer Center and learns that the cause of her back pain is a large tumor on the lower right-hand side of her back. Read More
As a young woman facing vaginal mucosal melanoma, Lena was determined to get treatment at a top-rated cancer center. Read More
Misty, who had a rare type of cervical cancer, found hope after enrolling in a clinical trial involving tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte (TIL) therapy. Read More
Moffitt's Artist in Residence Cat Thomas shares a special encounter with a patient and a surprise birthday gift they made together. Read More
Megan Wing, a Ewings Sarcoma patient, shares tips on how to make the most of a long hospital stay during cancer treatment. Read More
My husband and I celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary last year and know without a doubt that I would not be alive today if we had not sought treatment at Moffitt Cancer Center. Read More
"I did not know of anyone with cancer and had no knowledge of lung cancer or any treatment I would need," remembers Sandra. Read More
Hear from Pat McCrea, a patient and Moffitt team member who underwent treatment here at Moffitt for triple negative breast cancer. Read More
"For me the act of 'surviving' isn’t one single accomplishment, like having no cancer or growing your hair back. Surviving, to me, is a way of life," says Alexa Score. Read More
Marsha Smith-Hill, a breast cancer survivor, had a quite a memorable time at the Rays-Orioles game on Saturday. Read More
After Rhonda heard fellow patients share stories about not wearing their seatbelts because the seatbelt put pressure on their port, she came up with a plan to help them. Read More
After completing radiation therapy, Patty had her radiation face mask painted and discovered that it changed her outlook about the treatment. Read More
Scott was first diagnosed with esophageal cancer in October 2015. We had a chance to sit down him and ask about his experiences at Moffitt. Read More
Ena's fiancé, Steven, didn’t know if they were going to see the wedding day they’d been planning for months. He decided then and there he wanted to marry her right away. Read More
Thirty-year-old Morgan is a catering coordinator in Atlanta, but to the team at Moffitt Cancer Center, she’ll always be “Little Miss Moffitt.” Read More
George Kondas is a hero, an inspiration and a reminder to never give up hope as America remembers the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Read More
Stage 4 pancreatic cancer survivor Elise says she would not trade her journey with cancer for anything. Read More
The musical melodies of sleigh bells, church bells and school bells don’t resonate like the sweet symphony of a bell ringing in Moffitt’s radiation department. Read More
Kenneth Susalla’s experiences with cancer have molded him into the caregiver he is today. Read More
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