Coastal Cancer Center has been voted best cancer center by the Carolina Forest Chronicle Reader's Choice Awards for 2019
Coastal Cancer Center has been voted best cancer center by the Carolina Forest Chronicle Reader's Choice Awards for 2019
Voted Best Cancer Center - North Strand News Reader's Choice Awards 2019
Fatigue is defined as “weariness or exhaustion from labor, exertion, or stress” (1). It is a common part of life, but can also be a symptom of an illness, such as cancer, and/or a side effect from treatments, including chemotherapy.
Skin Cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in the United States and they are increasing every year. The major risk factor for development of skin cancers is ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure.
Jaenell Ditsious, FNP-C with Coastal Cancer Center explains "Chemo Brain" We often hear from patients receiving chemotherapy that they have trouble with concentration, feel disorganized or have short term memory problems.
Coastal Cancer Center has been voted the best cancer center in the Myrtle Beach Herald Reader's Choice Awards for 2019. We have held that spot since 2014! Thanks to all of our patients who voted.
Please visit us tomorrow at the 38th Annual Grand Strand Health Fair at Coastal Grand Mall. We will be located approximately in front of PacSun. Just come through the entrance between Dillard's and Bed Bath & Beyond, turn right and find PacSun.
Get your tickets and join Wigs for Cancer for a night of fun, dinner, dancing, and giving to this great cause. Your donations make it possible a to give wigs to cancer patients - FREE OF CHARGE!
A native of Ukraine, she received her undergraduate degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, West Virginia.
Rebecca Heichel, PA-C, joined Coastal Cancer Center in 2018. Rebecca is licensed in South Carolina as a Physician Assistant and is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Dr. Henderson is originally from the Pacific Northwest. He received his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
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.
Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its Look Good Feel Better Workshops with the American Cancer Society in 2017.
Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its Look Good Feel Better Workshops with the American Cancer Society in 2016.
What is a recurrence?
Below you will find a few cancer resource websites to help you through your cancer journey.
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.
This month we focus our awareness on the prevention of cancer.
1. Ease back into your routine by following your style.
Sleep problems are often related to the actual side effects of your cancer treatment rather than the treatment itself.
Cancerandcareers.org provides the below recommendations for traveling with cancer.
Coastal Cancer Center officials announce today the addition of Dr. Justin Markow to its growing medical oncology and hematology team.
This month we focus our attention on cervical cancer awareness.
“Look Good, Feel Better” 2015 Dates Announced
Do’s and Don’ts of Battling Cancer During the Holidays
Can Excess Body Weight Increase Cancer Risk?
CCC Proud to Announce Arrival of Dr. Farhana Malik
Survivorship: Recovering from Cancer
Tips To Reduce Inflammation In Cancer Patients
How To Avoid Over-Eating During Thanksgiving
Over 42 million Americans will be recognized this month during National Caregivers Month.
Ten Early Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer
5 Things Women Should Know About Lung Cancer
Coastal Cancer Center named “Best Medical Office” for 2014!
CCC Attends 35th Annual Loris Bog-Off. The 35th Annual Loris Bog-Off was held on Saturday, October 18, 2014.
CCC attends “In The Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. On Saturday, October 4, Coastal Cancer Center attended the annual “In the Pink” Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in Murrells Inlet, SC.
If you’ve been touched by cancer in any way and would enjoy being surrounded with people just like you, we invite you to visit Coping Together.
It’s a great day to be a Coastal Cancer Center employee! On Friday, August 29, Coastal Cancer Center will celebrate employees at Employee Appreciation Day.
The biggest contest of the year is now accepting ballots for the 2014 season.
Coastal Cancer Center and the Carolina Cancer Foundation are hosting a night at the ballpark with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans on Monday, September 1 at 5:05pm.
Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its “Look Good…Feel Better” program with the American Cancer Society.
On Thursday, July 31, Dr. Emily Touloukian was named “Best Oncologist” in the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards for the Carolina Forest Chronicle.
On Sunday, June 1st hundreds of local cancer survivors and their families gathered together to celebrate the gift of life on National Cancer Survivors Day.
Dr. Emily Touloukian joins WBTW News 13 Lauren Hinnant to discuss skin cancer awareness month and important tips for practicing sun safety as well as ways to prevent skin cancer.
The Nationwide IV fluid shortage continues to be an issue for physicians and nurses at Coastal Cancer Center as well as local hospitals, and other health care facilities across the country.
This May is Oncology Nursing Month and a chance to recognize the outstanding contributions of our oncology nurses.
What is Brain Cancer?
This month we are focusing on the awareness of Melanoma and Skin Cancer.
The winners have been announced! For the fourth year in a row, Coastal Cancer Center is the winner of the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards for “Best Cancer Center”.
April is an important month as we also focus our awareness on Oral, Head and Neck cancer month.
Statement by the American Society of Clinical Oncology FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 9, 2014 Contact: Mary Rappaport 571-483-1374 Mary.Rappaport@asco.org
What is Testicular Cancer?
Coastal Cancer Center physicians and staff will celebrate the lives of local survivors and their families at this year’s 11th Annual Cancer Survivors Day on June 1.
This March we spotlight the awareness of Colorectal Cancer and Kidney Cancer.
WPDE News Channel 15 takes a look inside the Nationwide IV shortage that is affecting the patients at Coastal Cancer Center. Joel Allen of News Channel 15, sits down with our patients and staff to learn more about how this shortage is affecting those in ne
Coastal Cancer Center’s dedication to quality, state-of-the-art cancer care has once again earned the practice a nomination for “Best Cancer Center” in the 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards, sponsored by the Myrtle Beach Herald.
February spotlights National Cancer Prevention as well as Gallbladder and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness.
To mark the beginning of February’s National Cancer Prevention Month, Dr. Lawrence Holt talks with WBTW News 13 Weekend Morning Anchor Lauren Hinnant about the steps you can take to lead a healthier lifestyle in 2014.
Coastal Cancer Center providers and staff will be participating in Grand Strand Regional Medical Center’s 33rd Annual Health Fair on Saturday, February 1.
Dr. Emily Touloukian is weighing in on the hazards of smoking on WPDE News Channel 15, as January marks the 50th anniversary of the first Surgeon General’s Report on Smoking and Health.
WPDE News Channel 15 is taking viewers behind the scenes of the American Cancer Society’s “Look Good…Feel Better” program during “Good Morning Carolinas” on Monday, January 13.
More than 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the United States each year – a disease once known as one of the most common causes for cancer deaths among American women.
Each year, countless Americans resolve to live a healthier lifestyle starting January 1 – whether it involves exercising more, maintaining a healthier diet or kicking a harmful habit to the curb.
“Eating Well Through Cancer Treatment” is headlining a new series of health and wellness outreach seminars benefitting patients and caregivers at Coastal Cancer Center in 2014.
Join Coastal Cancer Center’s Angie Brinegar, ANP-BC, AOCNP, as she speaks to the newly-formed “Coping Together Cancer Support Group” on January 6 in Little River.
Dr. Lawrence Holt, Jr., FACP, is hitting the airwaves of Easy 105.9 this holiday season with a message of thanks to the caregivers of local cancer patients.
In observance of the Christmas holiday and New Year’s, Coastal Cancer Center offices will be closed on the following days:
Coastal Cancer Center announces the continuation of its “Look Good…Feel Better” program with the American Cancer Society in 2014.
A handful of women from across the Grand Strand enjoyed a dose of holiday cheer and a free makeover at Coastal Cancer Center’s last “Look Good…Feel Better” session of 2013 on December 9 at the practice’s Myrtle Beach office.
Coastal Cancer Center continues its commitment to transforming cancer and blood disorder care in the Coastal Carolinas by announcing Registered Nurse Janice Meininger’s Oncology Nursing Certification achievement.
Coastal Cancer Center continues to act upon its mission to provide quality, state-of-the-art cancer and blood disorder care in Horry County with the expansion of its office in Conway.
Coastal Cancer Center staff celebrates the completion of its Conway office expansion project with a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 2.
Coastal Cancer Center’s Kristina Blackburn has achieved her Oncology Nursing Certification, practice officials proudly announced Wednesday.
Carolina Cancer Foundation is inviting the community to learn more about the local non-profit organization on its new website, CarolinaCancerFoundation.org.
CONWAY, SC – Coastal Cancer Center administration proudly announces a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly-expanded office and treatment center in Conway.
Coastal Cancer Center officials announce Tuesday modified office schedules in observance of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Each day, patients and their loved ones walk through the doors of Coastal Cancer Center.
Coastal Cancer Center is teaming up with Easy 105.9 to air a series of cancer awareness public service announcements throughout the month of November.
Women actively undergoing cancer treatment are invited to Coastal Cancer Center’s last “Look Good… Feel Better” session for 2013.
A heartfelt donation recently made to Coastal Cancer Center is warming the hearts of its patients currently undergoing cancer treatment.
Coastal Cancer Center providers and staff will be on hand to answer your questions about cancer, treatment and survivorship at McLeod Loris Seacoast’s annual health fair on Saturday, November 2.
As National Breast Cancer Awareness Month draws to an end, Coastal Cancer Center proudly announces its participation in the 2013 “Walk A Mile In Her Heels” event on October 25.
In a two-part interview series on WMBF News airing October 22, Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Emily Touloukian explains various ways you can stay healthy during and after cancer treatment...
Dr. Emily Touloukian sits down with Anchors Michael Maely and Theo Hayes Tuesday afternoon on WMBF News at 4 to discuss preventative measures on breast cancer, as part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.
Want to learn more about cancer treatment options close to home or have questions about a particular form of the disease?
Battling any form of cancer as a woman isn’t easy – the loss of hair, changes to the skin, fragile nails and a transformation in physical appearance are all part of fighting back against the disease.
Coastal Cancer Center is expanding its social outreach Thursday by announcing its new Twitter account. You can now follow Coastal Cancer Center through its Twitter handle @CoastalCancer.
Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Emily Touloukian appears as a featured contributor in the October editions of SC Woman Magazine and Transitions, both of which are on newsstands now. In the article below, Dr. Touloukian shares with local women the importance of
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer among women in South Carolina.
Coastal Cancer Center’s team of physicians, nurses and clinical staff are lacing up their sneakers on Saturday, October 5 for Georgetown Hospital System’s 2013 In The Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Walk.
Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Emily Touloukian spotlights breast cancer awareness and prevention in a one-on-one interview with WBTW News 13 Weekend Morning Anchor Lauren Hinnant.
Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Vijay Paudel will join the Prostate Cancer Support group on Wednesday, October 9 to discuss the reoccurrence of prostate cancer and available treatment options for men.
Coastal Cancer Center welcomes brain cancer patient Greg Sousa to Myrtle Beach on Wednesday as part of his inspiring 700-mile cycling journey to raise $10,000 for brain tumor research.
Coastal Cancer Center continues its community-wide effort to spotlight prostate cancer awareness in the month of September with an upcoming interview on WPDE News Channel 15.
When should men begin annual prostate screenings and who is most at risk? WMBF News Anchor Michael Maely continues this two-part interview on prostate cancer awareness with Coastal Cancer Center’s Dr. Lawrence Holt and Dr. Sue Tobin on September 13.
How common is prostate cancer among men in South Carolina?
WMBFNews.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence SC, Weather
Angie Brinegar of Coastal Cancer Center has achieved her Advanced Oncology Nurse Practitioner Certification, making her the only nurse practitioner in Horry County to earn the advanced credential in adult oncology.
There is a new pill product getting a lot of attention.
From Grand Strand Regional Medical Center’s “Your Life” Summer 2013 Edition: