Tara’s daughter, Kaylena, spent the first two months of her life at Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach.
Stories for Cancer Care
According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 1.7 million people in the United States are diagnosed with cancer each year.
California State University, Long Beach library assistant Sharlene had a strong family history of smoking. Her family also had a strong history of lung cancer.
Low-dose CT lung screening saves tens of thousands of lives each year. As a Screening Center of Excellence, Orange Coast Memorial continues its commitment to helping more patients beat this deadly disease.
Lung cancer accounts for 27 percent of all cancer deaths – not because it’s the most prevalent cancer, but because it has historically been so difficult to detect in its earliest, most-treatable stages. Two-dimensional chest X-rays aren’t sensitive enough to detect tiny nodules and traditional Computerized Topography (CT) exposes patients to higher levels of radiation.
Joe's conviction for cancer screening