Our very own Dr. Ahmed is participating in this year's Man or Woman of the Year fundraising initiative sponsored by the Leukemia & Lymphoma society. The goal is to raise as many funds as possible in a 10 week time period. Every dollar raised counts as one vote and whoever raises the most funds in this time period is named Man/Woman of the Year. To donate through Dr.
Presents an Official Best of ASCO® Meeting
A program licensed by the American Society of Clinical Oncology®
SATURDAY, JUNE 18 AND SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2016 – ORLANDO, FL
Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress | One Grand Cypress Blvd., Orlando, FL 32836
On March 7, 2016 Talbots in Winter Park will donate 10% of pre-tax sales to the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute. This event will take place from 5pm - 8pm. Please join us in supporting this wonderful business, giving back to their local community.
New Technologies in Pancreatic Cancer: Using 3D Printing to Better Improve Diagnosis
Published in Florida MD: Feb 8 2016
Lung cancer patients, caregivers and healthcare providers are invited to join the American Lung Association in Florida at a forum to learn about treatments, resources and the latest research to help those living with lung cancer.
Space is limited! For more information visit LUNGFORCE.org/Expo or call 407-425-5864.
You can also download the Expo Flyer.
Join The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Florida Hospital for a patient education program.
This program will focus on helping patients with blood cancers make informed decisions about cancer treatments.
Speaker: Wesam Ahmed, MD, PhD, MSc
Blood & Marrow Transplant Center, Florida Hospital Orlando
Florida Hospital has been recognized as the best hospital for 2015-16 in Florida by U.S. News & World Report. The annual U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, now in their 26th year, recognize hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients.
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) - Scientists at the University of Central Florida think they've developed a simple test that can better detect prostate cancer. They're using one of the world's most precious metals to do it.
Dr. Treen Huo and her team of researchers at the University of Central Florida have been using gold nanoparticles to detect cancer.
“Believe or not it's actually very cheap!” said Huo said, who estimates that each test costs about a dollar.
Dr. de la Fuente will be speaking at the First International Symposium of Minimally Invasive Technics of the GI tract.
It will be held on: June 10 &11, 2015
This symposium has been specifically designed for general practitioners, surgeons and gastroenterologists. Medical students and doctors in training will benefit from the interaction with experts in their fields. The objective of this symposium is to further foster the relationship of physicians from South, Central and North America.
Join Florida Hospital and support those fighting cancer! Participate in the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute 2016 Ribbon Series. Stop by the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute booth and register each time you run in any of the below races. Upon completion of your third race, you will receive an inaugural Ribbon Series medal.*
Ribbon Series Race Date