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BY Mindy Loya

Brandon Sterling’s first week as an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) was a crash course in collaboration.

As a newly credentialed advanced practice provider (APP) on a busy unit, he was tasked with transferring a post-operative urology patient who had a stroke to a nearby hospital.

“I was working with the family, case manager, social worker, nursing team, attending physician, insurance company and receiving hospital...

Advanced practice provider Brandon Sterling

BY Mindy Loya

Radiation oncologist Welela Tereffe, M.D., joined MD Anderson in 2005 as an assistant professor and most recently served as the deputy division...

BY Mindy Loya

“Don’t try this at home,” Claudius Conrad, M.D., Ph.D., quips as he lectures on the historical ties between music and medicine. Conrad, an...

BY Mindy Loya

Terri Woodard, M.D., says her practice at MD Anderson hasn't yet produced any babies.

But that isn't her only measure of success. It's been less than nine months since Woodard started offering consultations to patients who seek guidance on fertility testing and treatment options for fertility preservation through the Oncofertility Consult Service housed within Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine.

Along with Andrea...

BY Mindy Loya

According to the National Cancer Institute's Office of Survivorship, your journey as a cancer survivor begins the day you're diagnosed with...

BY Mindy Loya

Imagine that after a long day in meetings, training others and getting your work done, you find a blank canvas sitting in your chair. Scrawled...