When time is of essence and every moment counts, Southern Tier Cancer Care is here…
Welcome to STCC
We realize that you are apprehensive and fearful. By providing professional assistance through education, the latest approved treatments available and most importantly, compassionate care, we are dedicated to guiding patients to hope, help, and healing.
Southern Tier Cancer Care Team is Committed to
Excellence in Providing Comprehensive, Up to date,
Compassionate and Quality care for Cancer Patients.
EMERGENCIES /AFTER HOURS
Please proceed immediately to the nearest emergency room for any medical emergencies especially fever greater than or equal to 100.4 while on chemotherapy.If you need to reach Dr Soni immediately for problems related to cancer or chemotherapy,
Please call the answering service at (716) 559 1105.
Please call your primary physician or emergency room at Olean General Hospital at (716) 375 4149 for any urgent concerns after office hours or if Dr Soni is away.
News & Updates
The Detroit Research on Cancer Survivors (ROCS) study, which will include 5,560 cancer survivors, will look at the major factors affecting cancer progression, recurrence, mortality, and quality of life among African-American cancer survivors.
A fact sheet that describes hormone therapy (including antiestrogens, LH-RH agonists, aromatase inhibitors, and SERMs) and its role in preventing and treating breast cancer. Includes information about possible side effects.
American Cancer Society Celebrates Young Scholars Joining All of Me Projects in Latin America to Support a New Generation of Women's Health Advocates
Organizations in Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia Awarded Funds to Recruit, Select and Mentor Young Public Health Scholars
Proportion of Breast Cancer Patients Undergoing Surgery to Remove Unaffected Breast Varies Greatly by State
Nearly half of young women in five states with early-stage cancer in one breast undergo surgery for unaffected breast
Despite dramatic drops in overall incidence and mortality, striking disparities remain
Only 262,700 of 6.8 million eligible for screening received it in 2015