Breast cancer survivor, Pam Reckner, and the Mammoglams compete in races against other teams in Florida and in places as far away as Italy and New Zealand. In New Zealand this year, the team went from 56th to 13th in the world in the breast cancer survivor’s division of Dragon Boat racing.
In his distinguished career as a journalist, author and entrepreneur, Bruce Horovitz is skilled in finding, researching and writing stories – asking questions and finding answers. Asking questions and finding answers became an even more important part of his life during his prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.
After a remarkable career that spanned 12 years, we bid a fond farewell to Heather Oakley, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, who retired in October, and welcome Tamara Sorrye, LMHC-QS. Tamara joins our team as Director of Social Services.
The University of Florida Health Cancer Center this year received a prestigious designation from the National Cancer Institute, or NCI, and joined the ranks of the country’s most distinguished cancer centers.
Stuart Klein retired on November 3 after 18 years as Executive Director of the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute. Faculty and staff at the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute celebrated his retirement at an appreciation luncheon on September 26.
Over the span of nearly 10 years, Marla Doss has overcome the odds: beating a cervical cancer diagnosis — twice.
Catch up on news and developments at the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute.
- Dr. Mailhot Wins Prestigious Award
- A Proton Halloween
- Family Health Day at Riverside Arts Market