2017 National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week is coming up! It begins with National Nurses Day on Saturday, May 6th and runs though May 12th. Oncology San Antonio is grateful for all of our fantastic nurses and are very thankful for all of the great work they do for all of our patients. You are the best!

June is National Cancer Survivors Month

In June, everyone across the world recognizes and celebrates all of the survivors and their families together. Additionally, the first Sunday in June is National Cancer Survivors Day®. Those who have had these life-changing events and overcome them with their determination, strength and heart are survivors and inspirations to everyone. This month honors those who […]

Wear BLUE Friday

This Friday, June 16 of Men's Health Week is Wear BLUE Day!   On your Casual Friday, Wear BLUE to raise awareness of men's health issues.   Men, remember to get regular checkups and be aware of risk factors for diseases that can affect your health like alcohol, tobacco, not eating right and not getting […]

July is Sarcoma Awareness Month

July is Sarcoma Cancer Awareness Month Sarcomas are transformed cells of bone, cartilage, fat, muscle nervous system and vascular tissue.   They are different than carcinomas which develop from the cells lining the surface of blood vessels and organs throughout the body.   Sarcomas are much rarer in comparison to carcinomas. This rarity; however, often […]

August is Summer Sun Safety Month

August is Summer Sun Safety Month. Please look after yourself when outside in daylight hours. Stay in the shade, use sunscreen, and dress to protect yourself with hats, sunglasses and loose-fitting, long sleeve shirts. Limit your exposure to sun, especially from noon until sundown when the sun's rays are the strongest.

September is Childhood Cancer, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awarenesses Month

September is Childhood Cancer, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awarenesses Month. September is a time to honor, support and remember children affected by cancer and their families. Its ribbon is gold. Leukemia refers to a group of cancers often beginning in a patient's bone marrow creating a high number of underdeveloped white blood cells. […]

October is Breast and Liver Cancer Awarenesses Month

October is Breast Cancer and Liver Cancer Awarenesses Month. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women after skin cancer. Liver cancer is has likely spread from other places in the body, metastasizing from another location.

ZERO Prostate Run/Walk

Mission County Park Pavilion 6030 Padre Drive, San Antonio, TX, United States

The 2021 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - San Antonio is moving forward with a live in-person event, with a virtual option available! Learn how you can join the only national prostate cancer event, raise funds, share hope, and inspire bold action to ZERO out prostate cancer.