Andre H. Goy, M.D., Chief Science Officer and Director of Research and Innovation at RCCA to Chair Medicine Symposium in New York City

Physicians’ Education Resource® (PER®), a leading resource for continuing medical education, will host the 2nd Annual Precision Medicine Symposium: An Illustrated Tumor Board. The dynamic symposium will take place April 17-18 at InterContinental New York Barclay in New York City and will be chaired by Andre H. Goy, M.D., chairman, executive director, and lymphoma division … Continued

Selecting an Infusion Center: 5 Key Factors to Consider

An increasing number of medicines for psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, and other chronic conditions are being delivered by intravenous infusion. These next-generation therapies provide patients with effective new treatment options, but also require them to make an important decision: where should I go for my infusion? In many cases, the … Continued

7th Annual RCCA Clinical Retreat

RCCA’s Annual Clinical Retreat is held, in concert with corporate partners, to allow oncologists, advanced practice nurses, oncology nurses and clinical research staff to openly discuss new advancements in clinical data and the future of Oncology diagnosis, prognosis & treatment. The 2019 RCCA Clinical Retreat was held in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.  

Journal Interviews RCCA CEO Terrill Jordan on Value-Based Cancer Care

Regional Cancer Care Associates, LLC, or RCCA, is recognized nationally as a leader in providing evidence-driven, value-based oncology services. From helping to pioneer the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Oncology Care Model (OCM) to employing sophisticated analytics to ensure that the right patient receives the right treatment at the right time, RCCA has … Continued

How Important is Diet When You’re Fighting Colon Cancer?

Before and after certain cancer treatments, your oncologist and cancer care team at Regional Cancer Care Associates may ask you to follow a specific diet, such as a low-residue (fiber-restricted) diet, or to eat from a specific list of foods. Adhering to these diets helps ease your healing process, as it may be more difficult … Continued

RCCA Collects Toys for the Howell Police Department

The RCCA Howell, NJ division has had another great year collecting for the Howell Police Department Adopt a Family program. Under the supervision of Dr. Kenneth Nahum, the staff did an amazing job of collecting for two local families!

3 Nuances of Early Breast Cancer Detection

When it comes to breast cancer, early detection is the key to a higher chance of a positive outcome. According to data from the National Cancer Institute, women with localized breast cancer have a five-year survival rate of 99% – something the doctors at Regional Cancer Care Associates (RCCA) credit to proactive steps women can … Continued

Dr. Andre Goy Wins Educator of the Year Award

Dr. Andre Goy,  Chief Science Officer and Director of Research and Innovation for Regional Cancer Care Associates, won the 2019 Educator of the Year award during the 37th Annual Chemotherapy Foundation Symposium Innovative Cancer Therapy for Tomorrow® meeting. The ceremony took place Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City. … Continued

The Emotional Effects of Having a Mastectomy

Breast cancer is prevalent in the United States, so many women will undergo a single or double mastectomy in their lifetime. If you are one of them, you already know that having a mastectomy will give you the best chance of a positive outcome. However, preparing for your procedure and getting used to your body … Continued