Charles S. Holladay, MD, FACP
Medical Oncology and Hematology Specialist
Stories From Dr. Holladay’s Patients
Gabriel Middlebrook, Lymphoma
Patient Gabriel (Gabe) Middlebrook, a former Charleston Southern University football player, was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. He is being treated by Dr. Charles Holladay at Charleston Oncology’s North Charleston office. Gabriel’s journey is especially close to our Charleston Oncology team, as he is the twin brother of Chelsea Middlebrook, former Operations Manager at our Tricom location.
It has been eight years since we started our journey together. From our first meeting, I knew I was going to be in good hands. Dr. Holladay took the time to show and explain to me what my treatment and plan of attack would be for my breast cancer. Dr. Holladay took time to explain how long it would take and all the side effects of chemo and what could be done to help offset or soften the side effects. There were no surprises and Dr. Holladay and his entire TEAM made it as enjoyable of a fight it could be with supporting me and my family during that time. Having Dr. Holladay and his team on my side to fight my cancer was a pleasure. I appreciate Dr. Holladay and would vote for him to be Man of the Year, he is, in my opinion, truly the BEST doctor and I thank him for helping me during a difficult time.
God Bless Dr. Holladay—and Thank You!
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June is National Cancer Survivor Month and throughout the month we are honoring our brave patients and sharing their inspirational stories.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that develops when melanocytes (the cells that give the skin its tan or brown color) start to grow out of control. Watch the video to learn more about melanoma from Charleston Oncology’s Dr. Charles S. Holladay.
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