Texas Medical Center Announces Brain, Spine And Pituitary Tumor Center

Aerial of the Texas Medical Center, an area in...

Aerial of the Texas Medical Center, an area in the Southeast Houston district. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Texas Medical Center announced that a brain and pituitary tumor treatment center will be established at the Methodist Hospital.

According to a press release from the medical center, “Brain, spine and pituitary tumor patients will soon have access to a new clinic at The Methodist Hospital, thanks to a $10 million gift from a Houston oil executive. The Kenneth R. Peak Brain and Pituitary Tumor Treatment Center will offer treatments customized to each patient. Researchers will study each tumor and tailor treatments to fit the tumors genetic profile using a relatively new approach to medicine called personalized medicine.”

The Texas Medical Center is located at 2450 Holcombe Blvd.

For more information, call 713-791-6161 or email or visitwww.texasmedicalcenter.org/.

One Response

  1. I have an 8cm bilateral Tumor/Mass in my neck. I’ve been Dx by 3 doctors that I have Cushings Syndrome. Walgreens mislabeled my script, my MD only wanted me to take 1 per week and the label read. 1 Daily now I have a painful tumor in my neck. My Endocrinologist told me to see another MD. So, I took it that he don’t know much about the Syndrome. I have UHC WellMD2 and I’m on Molina CFC Program. I need help fast. I’m having SOB, I’ve lost a massive amount of hair, a hump on both shoulders, the Tumor is causing a lot of pain in my head and neck, my skin is very dry and I have several boils under my arm. The Drs I’ve looked up here don’t treat the Syndrome. Please call me if I have to come to Houston I will. 469-906-6839

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