Larger Than Life, Stronger Than Cancer

When Ponchatoula native Donald Burton’s heart stopped beating at just a few days old, the two-pound preemie was airlifted to New Orleans where he was revived. Today, the 43-year-old police force lieutenant is still beating the odds with a presence and heart that are larger than life. “God saved my life when I was a Read More Read More

Following the Road to Recovery

Pictured left to right: Lori's friends, Janie Terrell and Mandy Bower, and Lori Stanley “I’m very familiar with traveling Highway 190 now, but the short drive to Baton Rouge has been worth it,” says breast cancer survivor and Alexandria, Louisiana resident Lori Stanley. “And it was much closer than Houston or some other far away Read More Read More

Head & Neck Cancer: Do you know the facts?

Head and neck cancers account for approximately 3 percent of malignancies in the United States, but since most people don’t know the signs and symptoms of these cancers, nearly half of the cases are found in late stages when treatment options are more complex. The Cancer Center’s MD Anderson-trained otolaryngologist Dr. Ashley Mays reviews common Read More Read More