Cancer
Hates
Us

Because we’re focused on one thing:
Destroying it. With more than 40 years of
groundbreaking research and a
team-centered approach to treating
the whole patient—mind, body and spirit—
it’s no wonder cancer hates us.

Scroll to see why

Cancer
Hates
Fighters

For Elvira, giving up is not an option. Despite
chemotherapy treatments and a double
mastectomy at age 37, Elvira stays upbeat,
inspiring others to fight with all their might, too.
With her determination and optimistic attitude,
cancer doesn’t stand a chance.

Elvira Fighter

Cancer
Hates
Fighters

Be like Elvira.
Join the fight against breast cancer.

Being armed with the right support and education is part of the fight.
Find the resources you need to combat cancer.

Cancer
Hates
Warriors

Diagnosed with head and neck cancer, Darrell
turned to his nurse navigator for support. Together,
they not only battled his illness—they won. Today,
Darrell is in remission, enjoying his life with no limits.
As a true warrior who won’t stop fighting, it’s
obvious why cancer can’t get its way.

Darrell Warrior

Cancer
Hates
Warriors

Cancer started the fight.
Darrell finished it.

If you want to outwit cancer, it helps to know what to expect.
We’re here to arm warriors like you with the knowledge to beat it.

Cancer
Hates
Defenders

As a nurse navigator, Stacey protects her patients
with information and reassurance through every step
of the treatment process. She gives them the tools
they need to set their own goals and fight cancer on
their own terms. It’s no wonder cancer hates
determined soldiers like Stacey and her patients.

Stacey Defender

Cancer
Hates
Defenders

You are not alone.
We’ll walk this journey together.

A nurse navigator will look after you when the fight feels tough.
From diagnosis through treatment and the rest of your life,
we’ll help you every step of the way.

Cancer
Hates
Survivors

As an oncology nurse, Valerie never thought
she’d be the one diagnosed with cancer.
The compassionate care she received from her
cancer team gave her the strength to beat
ovarian cancer. Valerie continues to help others
fight cancer with courage and determination—
two things cancer really hates.

Valerie Survivor

Cancer
Hates
Survivors

We can continue to fight cancer.
Together.

We’ll help you navigate life after treatment.

Cancer
Hates
Believers

Faith is everything to Sharon, especially her faith
in people. After being diagnosed with lymphoma,
Sharon met Stacey, her nurse navigator and
“angel on Earth.” Stacey was there for Sharon
every step of the way, giving her the support
and confidence to defeat lymphoma.
Strength like Sharon’s is no match for cancer.

Sharon Believer

Cancer
Hates
Believers

We’ll be your support system.
We’re here to keep you going strong.

Healing is a body, mind and spirit collaboration.
We’ll help you keep the faith throughout treatment.

Cancer
Hates
Protectors

As a nurse navigator, Jennifer is the heart behind
cancer treatment. She guides patients through every
step of their care. Armed with strength and compassion,
Jennifer provides patients with the support they need
to win—and cancer really hates that.

Jennifer Protector

Cancer
Hates
Protectors

We have your back.
Let’s navigate this journey together.

We’re with you every step of the way.
A nurse navigator will be by your side, providing education,
advocacy, and most importantly, strength in numbers.

Cancer
Hates
Pioneers

We provide warriors with an arsenal of tools
to defeat cancer—including immunotherapies
that re-engineer your existing cells, giving your
body the power to fight cancer from the inside.
It’s no wonder cancer hates us, and we intend
to keep it that way.

Susan Pioneer

Cancer
Hates
Pioneers

Be a pioneer.
Fight cancer with science.

Whether you are battling cancer personally or professionally,
discover how science can help in your fight.

Cancer
Hates
Convenience

Traveling a long way for cancer treatment
disrupts your daily routine. With the most
accredited cancer treatment centers in Texas,
we offer the care you need, close to home.
Cancer hates being the one who’s disrupted.