Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's Cancer Program provides comprehensive care with a multidisciplinary team approach.
Our staff of highly trained professional doctors and nurses plan every step of your cancer treatment which allows us to provide you with the most current treatment for your condition.
Our Cancer Registry data management system provides accurate and complete cancer information for our patients. We collect data and organize and analyze it according to the diagnosis of the patients. Cancer Registry information is confidential and follows our patients throughout their lifetime.
Lifetime follow-up is beneficial for cancer patients, ensuring that the patient has the best continuity of medical care, and data is available to medical staff that enables them to see the results of their diagnostic and therapeutic efforts. Medical data is also available for educational purposes such as modification of treatments as well as implementation of newly discovered treatments.
If you continue your medical care at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, this data may be obtained from your medical records or physicians. Otherwise, we will send you a yearly letter and questionnaire to remind you about your checkups. If you move, it is helpful to us if you would send us a change-of-address card.
Decline in Cervical Cancer Screening 2015 (.pdf file format)
Community Needs Assessment December 2013/2014 (.pdf file format)
Incidence of Re–Excision and Residual Disease Study July 2014 (.pdf file format)
Cancer Registry Data, Study, and Analysis of Primary Brain and Central Nervous System Tumors: Years 2000-2008 (.pdf file format)
CRDAMC Head and Neck Cancers Excluding Thyroid: Years 1997-2007, completed May 2013 (.pdf file format)
American Cancer Society:
We Do More Than Just Talk About Cancer. We act. The philosophy behind patient services of the American Cancer Society is to assist cancer patients with resources, information and guidance. As a result, the American Cancer Society supplies cancer patients with hospital beds and other medical equipment they otherwise couldn't afford. We also publish information about cancer awareness, education and prevention. And when we can't directly provide a service for cancer patients, we offer guidance through referrals to organizations that can.
In 2005, our patient services helped more than 46,000 Texans – at no charge to the patient. We're here to help you. And if we can't help you, we'll help find someone who can. So, give us a call, and let's talk.
(915) 544-4125 (TX)
American Cancer Society website
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