Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists Archives

Cancer Center Creates Synergy with Like-Minded Life Savers

by in Bioscience | Featured | Healthcare

Cancer is a scary word. “The word ‘cancer’ is actually the general name given to some 100-plus diseases from breast to lung to skin cancer, and is when cells in a specific part of the body begin to grow out of control,” said Dr. Daniel Reed, co-founder of Arizona Center for Cancer Care (AZCCC) in… Read More →

Arizona Center for Cancer Care, Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists at Scottsdale Healthcare


In an effort to enhance the radiation oncology services offered to the community, Scottsdale Healthcare is pleased to announce a long-term relationship with Arizona Center for Cancer Care (AZCCC), a multi-specialty group of Arizona’s most recognizable names in cancer treatment and technology.  Through this, AZCCC has opened facilities at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center… Read More →

The (Too) Sweet Life: Can Sugar Lead to Heart Attack, Cancer?

by in Prevention

Life is sweet. But is too much sweetness in one’s life dangerous? According to 60 Minutes’ Dr. Sanjay Gupta, sweets – sugar to be exact – may very well be toxic. In a recent report, Dr. Gupta reported that according to estimates, nearly 20 percent of the total calories in American diets comes from added… Read More →

Health Resolutions To Make Before The New Year

Health Resolutions to Make Before the New Year

Each year, we spend New Year’s Day resolving to improve mind, body and spirit. However, in most cases, those resolutions are often broken, forgotten and shelved for yet another year before the holiday lights even come down. So, this year, why not get a head’s start on make better choices before the New Year arrives?… Read More →

From Bugles To Breasts: Dr. Robert Kuske's Advances In Breast Cancer Treatment

Breast cancer treatment
by in Prevention

Not all heroes wear capes or carry Batman-like toys. In fact, in breast cancer pioneer and Scottsdale resident Dr. Robert Kuske’s case, he wears a lab coat and carries a bugle. Yes, a bugle. “When I was 18 years old, I left my hometown in Ohio for the bright lights of Wisconsin to play in… Read More →

Arizona Institute For Breast Health Announces Return of Pink Light District Fundraiser

Pink Light District
by in Events

As part of the annual Pink Light District to benefit the Arizona Institute for Breast Health (AIBH), members of the Arizona community and beyond are invited to sponsor a pink light in honor or in memory of a loved one touched by cancer. The Scottsdale-headquartered, nonprofit organization stands behind its mission to provide women diagnosed… Read More →

Be Proactive: Health Screenings 101

Health Screenings 101
by in Prevention

Everyone has heard it: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This oft-used quote from the one-and-only Benjamin Franklin could not be truer for anyone more than seniors. From arthritis to Alzheimer’s, Scottsdale residents need to take control of their health and wellness at the most proactive level possible. Among the most… Read More →

A Scottsdale Breast Cancer Survivor’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor's Story
by in Prevention

Each year, nearly 4,000 women in Arizona are diagnosed with breast cancer. “Within hours of learning of their diagnoses, all 4,000 women — our mothers, sisters and daughters — will be charged with making life-altering decisions,” says Dr. Coral Quiet of Arizona Breast Cancer Specialists in Scottsdale. Here is one brave Scottsdale woman’s inspiring story.… Read More →

HCL Awards 2012: Researcher, Julie Robbins

HCL Awards 2012 - Julie Robbins
by in Events | Healthcare

Researcher Julie Robbins Battelle Julie Robbins, who has been working in the healthcare industry for more than 25 years, is responsible for coordinating many Arizona research projects and educational seminars. In her position with Battelle, Robbins works as a research scientist, working closely with the Arizona Biomedical Research Consortium. Some of Robbins’ projects in 2011… Read More →