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Charleston Oncology National Cancer Survivor Month

June is National Cancer Survivor Month and throughout the month we are honoring our brave patients and sharing their inspirational stories. National Cancer Survivor Month celebrates those who have beat cancer and those who are currently in treatment.  

Jun 28th, 2021
Charleston Oncology Welcomes New Social Worker Elizabeth Robinson

When you think of challenging, yet fulfilling job positions, does a career in Social Work come to mind? It takes a special kind of individual to be successful in such an emotionally-complex role. In celebration of Social Work Month, Charleston Oncology rec

Mar 16th, 2021
Gabe Middlebrook Fights Cancer In Newest Battle

Gabe Middlebrook, a former Charleston Southern football player, was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Gabriel's journey is especially close to our Charleston Oncology team, as he is the twin brother of Chelsea Middlebrook, Operations Manager.

Feb 1st, 2021
Chemo Buddy

New Support Services- 1 on 1 personalized Chemo Buddy!

Sep 8th, 2020
What are “Monoclonal Antibodies” ?

You may have heard this term Monoclonal Antibody before from your physician or during education. These drugs are cancer treatments that enlist natural immune system functions to fight cancer. They may be used in combination with other cancer treatments.

Jul 27th, 2018

Mindfulness is the opposite of “mind fullness.” It’s the ability to focus on exactly what is happening at the moment.

Aug 16th, 2017
How to Combat Chemotherapy Induced Diarrhea/Constipation

Diarrhea and Constipation are both common side effects of chemotherapy. Below are some tips to try to help combat each of these symptoms. You can also find this information online through the American Cancer Society or stop by our office and pick up a nutr

Jan 11th, 2017