Dr. Katisha Vance joined WBRC On Your Side to discuss the importance of breast screenings and mammograms. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Vance is a Medical Oncologist and practices at the Alabama Oncology clinic located at Princeton. Click here to view the video below
It was just 14 months ago that Ashia Holt was diagnosed with Sarcoma. Ashia has been a patient of ours since March 3, 2017. She has never been just a cancer patient to anyone here at Alabama Oncology, especially not to Dr. Benjamin Jones. Over a year of IV chemotherapy treatments, radiation therapy and numerous… read more »
Benjamin S. Jones, MD, is an Oncologist at Alabama Oncology. He joined us to discuss Breast Cancer awareness, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment. http://www.wbrc.com/story/36520139/ask-the-doctor- breast-cancer-awareness
Birmingham Medical News – Jones Brings Philosophy of Teamwork from Swimming Success to Cancer Care Dr. Benjamin Jones recently discussed teamwork with Birmingham Medical News.
ABC 33/40 – Alabama Oncology explains Bill Battle’s cancer fight Dr. Kevin Windsor was recently interviewed by ABC 33/40 to discuss Multiple Myeloma.
Alabama Oncology’s clinic at Trinity Medical Center is now located at the Grandview Physicians Plaza, conveniently located on the campus of the brand new Grandview Medical Center. We’re on the 5th floor in suite 510, with covered parking and convenient elevator access directly to the clinic. We look forward to serving our patients in the… read more »
ABC 33/40-Talk of Alabama Dr. Monjri Shah recently joined ABC 33/40’s Talk of Alabama to discuss the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer and gynecological cancers, and to support awareness of the mission of A State of Teal. Learn more about A State of Teal at http://www.astateofteal.org.
It wasn’t long ago – just over two years – when Talannia Jones was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Ms. Jones never became just a cancer patient, though; she was a Mother, first and foremost, and the care of her three lovely daughters, ages 5 to 13, always came before any of her own concerns…. read more »