Brianna Hoge

Brianna Hoge

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Public Relations Specialist

bhoge@uab.edu • (205) 855-9983

Specific beats include: O'Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center; Radiation Oncology, Hematology Oncology, Radiology, Gynecology Oncology, Urology Oncology, Department of Surgery - Surgical Oncology; Department of Psychology; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology; Otolaryngology/ENT; Department of Surgery; GI, General, Breast and Endocrine, Plastic, Pediatric; Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine; Urology

Hunter Skoog, Robert Wineski and Nick Rivers were the first residents to receive a certification for the Inspire device and for transoral robotic surgery.
Join the UAB No Shave November campaign and make a difference in the fight against prostate cancer by growing facial hair in support of the cause.
The UAB Hazelrig-Salter Radiation Oncology Center and the Kirklin Clinic at Acton Road will obtain their ASTRO-APEx accreditation until September 2027.
One UAB experts says the roles of screenings, warning signs and a healthy lifestyle are all keys to cancer prevention.
After a loved one receives a breast cancer diagnosis or surgery, it is important for caregivers and support partners to know how they can best help the patient during the difficult time.
Before a woman reaches the age of 40, a breast self-exam can help her stay mindful of her breast health and could potentially save her life if a cancerous lump is found early.
The cheers and claps of the Blazers roared as Lexie rang the bell to mark the completion of her last breast cancer radiation treatment.
During POTA workshops, attendees will attain proficiency in evidence-based treatments, enhancing capacity to deliver holistic psychosocial cancer care.
Certain men may have a higher risk of prostate cancer based on family history or ethnicity or race, and ancestry and should have their first screening discussions at the age of 40.
Ovarian cancer is known as the “silent killer” due to the difficulty in early detection because most women do not have any early symptoms.
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