News & Events - Coastal Cancer Center

Dr. Jordan Henderson to Join Coastal Cancer Center July 10, 2017

Dr. Henderson is originally from the Pacific Northwest.  He received his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.  He received his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri.  Dr. Henderson completed his residency and fellowship through Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Grand Blanc, Michigan,

Dr. Dejuania Brown to Join Coastal Cancer Center on April 4, 2017

Dr. Brown is a native of Willingboro, NJ. She received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Rutgers University and Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology at University of Delaware. She attended Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her internship, internal medicine residency, and fellowship training at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

Look Good Feel Better Dates for 2017

Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its Look Good Feel Better Workshops with the American Cancer Society in 2017. Look Good Feel Better is a free program from the American Cancer Society designed for women dealing with hair loss and skin changes from chemotherapy and radiation. You will learn specific techniques to help make

Dr. Touloukian to speak at HealthFinders

Please join Coastal Cancer Center physician Dr. Emily Touloukian, DO as she talks about “Recognition and Prevention of Skin Cancer” on Tuesday, April 12th from 6 pm to 7 pm at Coastal Grand Mall next to Dillard’s in Myrtle Beach.  This HealthFinders event is sponsored by Grand Strand Regional Medical Center.  For more information, call Grand

Look Good Feel Better Dates for 2016

Look Good Feel Better Dates for 2016  Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its Look Good Feel Better Workshops with the American Cancer Society in 2016. Look Good Feel Better is a free program from the American Cancer Society designed for women dealing with hair loss and skin changes from chemotherapy and radiation.  You will

Local Group Donates One-Of-A-Kind Quilts to Coastal Cancer Center Patients

A heartfelt donation recently made to Coastal Cancer Center is warming the hearts of its patients currently undergoing cancer treatment. Comfort Quilters, an Horry County-based outreach group, delivered their most recent donation of hand-made quilts to Coastal Cancer Center during the last week of October. “We took on the responsibility of Coastal Cancer Center in

Coping with the Fear of Recurrence

Coping with the Fear of Recurrence What is a recurrence? A recurrence is a return or relapse of your cancer in the original location or somewhere else in the body (called metastasis). It is also possible to have a new, unrelated cancer diagnosed in another part of the body. Why does recurrence happen? The goal

Resources to Make Your Cancer Journey Easier

Resources to Make Your Cancer Journey Easier Below you will find a few cancer resource websites to help you through your cancer journey. www.mylifeline.org – My Life Line offers free, private, patient websites for people affected by cancer. You can find cancer specific resources, post requests for help or donations and update everyone at once,

Risk Factors for Gallbladder Cancer

Risk Factors for Gallbladder Cancer The month of February is dedicated to the awareness of Gallbladder and Bile Duct cancer. Gallbladder cancer is not usually found until it has become advanced and causes symptoms. Only about 1 of 5 gallbladder cancers is found in the early stages, when the cancer has not yet spread beyond

February Recognizes National Cancer Prevention Month

February Recognizes National Cancer Prevention Month This month we focus our awareness on the prevention of cancer.  The American Institute of Cancer Research estimates that approximately one-third of cases of the most common cancers in the U.S. could be prevented by eating healthy, being active, and staying lean. That’s an estimated 374,000 cases of cancer