African Americans have more aggressive invasive lobular carcinoma subtypes and inferior early outcomes: SEER 2010-2013 [abstract]. Thomas A, Altekruse S, Avery TP, Melin SA, Howard-McNatt MM, Schroeder MC.. Cancer Res. 2017;77(Suppl 4):P5-10-02.
The Thrive Study: feasibility of an intervention to prevent weight gain in breast cancer survivors during chemotherapy [abstract]. Mihalko SL, Yax A, Oliver S, Miller G, Melin S, Avery T, Hopkins J, Russell G, Brubaker P.. Ann Behav Med. 2017;51(Suppl 1):S1453-1454.
Post-treatment problems of African American breast cancer survivors. Barsevick AM, Leader A, Bradley PK, Avery T, Dean LT, DiCarlo M, Hegarty SE.. Support Care Cancer. 2016;24(12):4979-4986.
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very good experience
I like all of my Doctor.
*Dr. Tiffany Avery and her NP (I think her name is "*Toni", were awesome!
Dr. Avery is outstanding!
Very good care from clerks, nurses and Dr. Avery!
I started in 2008 seeing an Oncologist. To date, I've had three Oncologists, Dr. Akman, Dr. Lawrence and currently, Dr. Avery. I rate each one, being excellent.
*Dr. very seems genuinely concerned about her patients overall health!.
I've never had a bad experience with Dr. Avery.