Archive for October, 2013

Coastal Cancer Center To Answer Questions And Provide Cancer Education At Upcoming Health Fair

Coastal Cancer Center providers and staff will be on hand to answer your questions about cancer, treatment and survivorship at McLeod Loris Seacoast’s annual health fair on Saturday, November 2. The health fair will take place at the North Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center, located at 1100 2nd Avenue South in North Myrtle Beach,

Coastal Cancer Center To Participate in “Walk A Mile In Her Heels” Event

As National Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to an end, Coastal Cancer Center proudly announces its participation in the 2013 “Walk A Mile In Her Heels” event on October 25. Coastal Cancer Center will participate in the event with a booth located outside of Belk at the Myrtle Beach Mall, located on US-17 Bypass near

Breast Cancer Awareness Interview Airs With Dr. Emily Touloukian

In a two-part interview series on WMBF News airing October 22, Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Emily Touloukian explains various ways you can stay healthy during and after cancer treatment, the state of breast cancer in South Carolina women and preventative measures you can take to help spot breast cancer in its early stages.   WMBFNews.com, Myrtle

Dr. Emily Touloukian to Appear on WMBF News October 22

Dr. Emily Touloukian sits down with Anchors Michael Maely and Theo Hayes Tuesday afternoon on WMBF News at 4 to discuss preventative measures on breast cancer, as part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. Preventative measures you can take to promote a healthy lifestyle and fight back against breast cancer are among the

Coastal Cancer Center, Carolina Cancer Foundation to Participate in 2013 Loris Bog Off

Want to learn more about cancer treatment options close to home or have questions about a particular form of the disease? Coastal Cancer Center proudly announces its participation in the 2013 Loris Bog Off, scheduled for October 19 in Downtown Loris. From 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., members of Coastal Cancer Center’s medical team will

Coastal Cancer Center to Host “Look Good… Feel Better” Meeting in October

Battling any form of cancer as a woman isn’t easy – the loss of hair, changes to the skin, fragile nails and a transformation in physical appearance are all part of fighting back against the disease. Coastal Cancer Center continues its ongoing effort to help local women undergoing cancer treatment on October 28 at its

Coastal Cancer Center Joins Twitter Community

Coastal Cancer Center is expanding its social outreach Thursday by announcing its new Twitter account. You can now follow Coastal Cancer Center through its Twitter handle @CoastalCancer. Coastal Cancer Center will keep patients and the community up-to-date on the latest cancer news, local events and practice information on this account. Follow our page to stay

Screening and Early Detection of Breast Cancer: Who is at Risk?

Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Emily Touloukian appears as a featured contributor in the October editions of SC Woman Magazine and Transitions, both of which are on newsstands now. In the article below, Dr. Touloukian shares with local women the importance of recognizing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, the advantages of yearly mammograms and

One-On-One Breast Cancer Awareness Interview Airs With Dr. Emily Touloukian

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer among women in South Carolina. In fact, the South Carolina Central Cancer Registry reported 3,291 new cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in South Carolina last year alone. Dr. Emily Touloukian joins WBTW News 13 Weekend Anchor Lauren Hinnant in a one-on-one interview to

Coastal Cancer Center To Participate In Local Breast Cancer Walk

Coastal Cancer Center’s team of physicians, nurses and clinical staff are lacing up their sneakers on Saturday, October 5 for Georgetown Hospital System’s 2013 In The Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. The walk, slated to take place at The Imaging Center at Waccamaw Medical Park-East in Murrells Inlet, will begin at 10 a.m. Coastal Cancer