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News & Events, 2012

November 10, 2012

Detecting Breast Cancer with Breast Implants - More than 300,000 women will undergo breast enhancement this year.  Before the surgery, there are a few things to consider, such as whether your implants will impede your doctors ability to detect breast cancer.  Dr. Cox discusses this on a Channel 10 news item first aired on 11/10/2012 at 8:50 PM.  Click on the following link for the complete video.

Detecting Breast Cancer with Breast Implants


October 30, 2012

Florida Hospital 3rd Annual Breast Health Seminar - Join the Florida Hospital Tampa Breast Care Center for our 3rd Annual Breast Health Seminar.  Learn why healthy living, knowing your risks and getting screened is important to you and your breast health. Have your questions answered from our panel of breast specialists including: Dr. Charles Cox, Breast Surgery; Dr. Harvey Greenberg, Radiation Therapy; Dr. Julia Cogburn, Oncology and Dr. Wayne Lee, Reconstructive Surgery. They will share the latest in detecting and treating breast cancer and answer your questions.  Click on the following link for a flyer with all the details.

Girls Know Your "Girls"


March, 2012

Florida Hospital and USF Health Partnership Announced - Florida Hospital and USF Health have formed a strategic alliance, combining Adventist Health System's innovative approach to patient-centered care with the University of South Florida's leading research, to deliver cutting-edge medical therapies in hospital and outpatient settings.  Click the following link for the full story.

http://hscweb3.hsc.usf.edu/blog/2012/03/12/florida-hospital-and-usf-health-partner-in-key-specialties-to-expand-translational-medicine-across-tampa-bay/


Tampa Bay Medical News - Drs. Charles Cox and John Cox were highlighted as "Brothers in arms in the fight against breast cancer" in the March edition of Tampa Bay Medical News.  Click on the following link for the complete article.

TampaBayMedicalNews-BrotherlyLove


WTSP Channel 10 News - Research Intern, Jordan Glancy, talks about a new study known as the Multi-Institutional Neo Adjuvant Chemotherapy Trial (MINT).  Click on the following link to see the Channel 10 video discussing this new study.

http://www.wtsp.com/news/health/buddycheck10/article/243146/282/Breast-cancer-patients-needed-for-MINT

 

January, 2012

Westbury, N.Y. –Charles Cox, of Tampa, Florida, has recently been recognized as a Professional of the Year by Strathmore's Who's Who Registry for his outstanding contributions and achievements in field of Surgical Oncology.

http://www.strathmore-ltd.com/pr-Charles-Cox.asp



 

 

USF Breast News

Molecular subtyping of breast cancer may better identify women at high risk of disease recurrence. 
03/07/2014 Tampa, FL
A method called molecular subtyping can help doctors better determine which of their patients are at a high risk of getting breast cancer again...

USF Breast Health and Tampa Bay Breast Care Specialists have teamed up on a new Cryoablation Study 
05/17/2013 Tampa, FL
Cryoablation is a new technique that holds the promise of a breakthrough in the treatment of early stage breast cancer...

Florida Hospital and USF Health Form Partnership in Key Specialties to Expand Translational Medicine in Tampa bay
03/12/2012 Tampa, FL
Florida Hospital and USF Health have formed a strategic alliance, combining Adventist Health System's innovative approach to patient-centered care with the University of South Florida's leading research...

Charles E. Cox Recently Recognized by Srathmore's Who's Who Publication January, 2012, Westbury, N.Y.
Charles Cox, M.D., has recently been recognized as a Professional of the Year by Strathmore's Who's Who Registry  for his outstanding contributions and achievments in the field of Surgical Oncology...

 
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