Dr. David Wilson, a radiation oncologist with the Penn Medicine Virtua Cancer Program discusses a non-surgical option for treating certain types of skin cancer.
Gabriella Baldassarre is a four year breast cancer survivor thanks to the doctors at both Virtua and Penn.
Penn Medicine Virtua oncology program gives patients access to the latest and greatest advances in cancer care. The partnership is like none other in the area.
Dr. Maurice Cairoli, a hematologist and oncologist with the Penn Medicine Virtua Cancer Program discusses how far we've come in treating all types of cancers.
Dr. Keith Meslin, a colon and rectal surgeon with Virtua explains some of the possible symptoms of colon cancer.
Hear the emotional journey of Virtua patient Helene Loeb as she talks about the highs and lows of battling breast cancer.
Military veteran and Virtua patient Ebony Bost talks about her journey battling breast cancer. As a single mom, Ebony shares how her daughter gave her the strength to fight.
Dr. Seth Berk, a medical oncologist and hematologist with the Penn Medicine Virtua Cancer Program explains some of the myths surrounding chemotherapy.
You've been diagnosed with cancer and have been told you will need radiation. Dr. Alexis Harvey, a radiation oncologist with the Penn Medicine Virtua Cancer Program lets you know what you can expect.
Special spa services have been created for women and men before, during and after chemotherapy or radiation treatments. It’s called the survivorship menu and it’s NOW being offered at vir tu spas for those who are or have battled cancer.