Appetite loss and mouth sores are some of the challenges people face during cancer treatment, and both can make eating difficult. Smoothies are a tasty and healthy meal or snack option that offer many nutrients. Green Smoothie: Blend ingredients until smooth 1 Cup...
The below article was published in the Rotary Club of Charlotte’s February Newsletter: Appropriately, Charlotte Rotary Club’s speaker on World Cancer Day (February 4th) was Justin P. Favaro, MD, Ph.D., a board-certified medical oncologist, and hematologist. And...
Request An AppointmentNew patient appointments require a physician to send a referral request on your behalf. The referring physician can be a specialist you saw who identified an oncology-related condition or your primary care physician
New patient: you have a medical condition that is or could be cancerous or a blood disorder
Transfer care: you are moving into the area and need an oncologist/hematologist, or you are currently under the care of a local oncologist/hematologist and would like to transfer care to one of our physicians
2nd Opinion: you have been diagnosed with cancer or a blood disorder and would like to get a second opinion on the prognosis and treatment course
Former patient: if you have not been to the office in 3 years or more, you will need to get a referral sent in by a physician to re-establish care
Send the referral form to your physician to refer and ask them to send with the following items: