Cancer doesn't end when treatment does....
SURVIVORville is where women can learn to navigate the muddy waters of survivorship. It's where they acquire the tools to help them re-build their lives after a cancer diagnosis.
Produced by Women Survivors Alliance, SURVIVORville is held in Nashville, Tennessee. Over the past three years SURVIVORville has welcomed nearly 2000 women from 49 states and 5 countries.
Noted Oncologist Dr. Steven Eisenberg Joining SURVIVORville
What does an ONCOLOGIST, a COMEDIAN, and a SONGWRITER have in common? One Nashville stage in July!
Dr. Steven Eisenberg joins the line up for SURVIVORville in July. Most recently featured on The Today Show, NBC Nightly News and HLN, Dr. Steven is one of the most followed physicians on social media and is the upcoming host of the New Focus Networkseries, Dr. Steven.
Dr. Steven brings his unique blend of humor and heart in order to share the message of how to "own your life" in a more impactful way. His mission is to empower people to reach out to those that need it most, listen, connect, then create something within themselves to motivate and inspire.
Bipartisan Group of Senate Health Committee Members Introduce Bill to Spur Development of New Non-Addictive Painkiller
Preemption Repeal a Breath of Fresh Air for Tennessee: The fate of local smoking ordinances impacting the secondhand smoke Tennesseans breathe may finally be given to communities at the local level. Municipalities throughout Tennessee would be allowed to craft their own local smoking policies protecting the health of citizens through a bill making its way through the Tennessee Legislature.
Key healthcare associations and payer organizations look to simplify the pre-authorization process with a recently released consensus statement outlining key areas for improvement.
The battle over 340B continues as hospitals serving some of the nation's most vulnerable patients worry what will happen if $1.6 billion in cuts go through.
The Tennessee Medical Association Board of Trustees has adopted the following position on Governor Haslam's TN Together plan for addressing the state's opioid abuse epidemic.
With the 2018 legislative session in full swing, TMA is ready to advocate on behalf of its more than 9,000 physician members.
The Department of Justice recently signaled a possible move toward dismissing more qui tam cases deemed to be meritless.
Top Wall Street analysts shared their industry predictions for 2018 at the Nashville Health Care Council signature event.
With nearly 1,000 clinical trials in the state, a new study finds biopharma research supports 52,000 jobs in Tennessee and ads $11.7 billion to the economy.