Treating the rise of colorectal cancer with personalized care

April 29, 2024

In some cases, colorectal cancer patients have tumors that are inoperable and spread to the liver. For these patients, the Mays Cancer Center offers a specialized chemotherapy delivery system called hepatic artery infusion, also known as HAI pump therapy.

Sukeshi Patel Arora, MD, speaks with a woman in blue shirt in a clinical space.

Cancer survivors and their supporters celebrate life, raise funds during annual 5K

April 15, 2024

  Misty skies didn’t dampen the spirits of the more than 900 runners and walkers who participated in the 7th annual Give Cancer the Boot Survivorship 5K and 1 Mile Walk on April 6 at Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center. Some raised their arms in triumph, others danced, […]

Clinical trial tackles the question of how much treatment is enough for prostate cancer

April 10, 2024

  According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 3 million men are living with prostate cancer in the United States. Of those, survivorship after five years is 97 percent. With patients living longer and physicians seeing younger patients with this type of cancer, learning the best ways to treat patients and providing a better […]

Guarding against the silent threat of oropharyngeal cancer

March 28, 2024

A recent study stated that oropharyngeal cancer rates have now surpassed cervical cancer as the most common cancer associated with HPV in the country. Experts are urging a younger generation to be aware and seek treatment if there is a concern.

Dr. Ferrell examines a patient's mouth using a tongue depressor.