Dallas, TX, June 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Premier Cancer Centers Dallas located in Dallas, Texas is providing a convenient drop-off location and collection point for items desperately needed by individuals and families reeling from the devastation left in the wake of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
Jeff Guest, President and CEO, stated, “Many seriously ill cancer patients will drive the distance to Dallas for our specialized cancer treatments so we wanted to reach out to them and drive their way to deliver items that are in short supply.”
Centrally located at Hwy 75 North Central Expressway and Meadow Lane, Premier Cancer Centers Dallas provides an easy way for interested parties to drop off items such as bottled water, sports drinks, diapers, baby wipes, baby formula, work gloves, work boots, toiletries, dog & cat food, collars, leashes, water bowls and towels.
Guest added, “We see a tremendous need and want to be active participants in the relief and recovery of the local citizens and their communities. We have the staff and the facilities to make this happen. So please bring your donations by today.”
Items will be delivered to Oklahoma each Tuesday.
For more information: Premier Cancer Centers Dallas
10425 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, Texas 75231
Contact: Kerry Brinkman
About Premier Cancer Centers Dallas
Premier Cancer Centers Dallas provides the medical community with innovative technology and personalized, patient-focused treatments featuring The CyberKnife® M6 System for full-body robotic radiosurgery and the TomoTherapy® H™ Series solution for radiation therapy, delivering treatment only where you need it. Premier Cancer Centers Dallas is proud to bring the latest advancement in TomoTherapy to Texas. The TomoTherapy H Series combines the most advanced form of intensity modulated radiation (IMRT) with the accuracy of CT scanning, all in one machine. This approach treats hard to reach tumors that sit close to healthy tissues and organs; thereby reducing radiation exposure to healthy tissues surrounding your tumor. Each treatment plan is aligned to the location of the tumor ensuring that the most healthy tissue is spared each treatment. This innovative approach treats tumors one layer at a time known as slice therapy. No other technology offers this seamless integration of image-guided and intensity-modulated radiation therapy.