When Mary Robinson, age 38 and mother of four, was given a 50/50 chance of surviving her acute myeloid leukemia she chose Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center for specialized treatment and a holistic approach to her recovery.
Catch breast cancer early, and today, the chances of surviving breast cancer are extremely high. Finding it is the job of a quick, simple and very important test. The mammogram is the best way to detect even the earliest breast cancers.
Surviving lung cancer depends on early detection. Methodist offers a test that can identify cancer at its earliest stages.
Watch Liz Pettinger speak about her battle with thyroid cancer and her triumphant return to singing.
Judi Carter was stunned to learn she had advanced ovarian cancer and eager to participate in clinical trials available at Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center, with early access to new and exciting cancer drugs.
Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center is an approved National Pancreas Foundation Cancer Center. A high-volume surgeon and the presence of clinical trials are only part of what led to this prestigious designation.