Whether you're looking for the latest announcements in world-class, comprehensive cancer care, a special event hosted by CARTI to fund new, state-of-the-art equipment, or the awarding of college scholarships to former patients, "CARTI in the News" can help you find out more.

CARTI Announces Adam Head as New President, CEO

August 22, 2017
CARTI, the state’s largest not-for-profit multidisciplinary cancer care provider, has named Adam Head as president and chief executive officer (CEO) following a six month national search. With almost 20 years of leadership experience, Head has served as the chief operating officer of the Arkansas Heart Hospital in Little Rock since 2013. “When we first started… View Article

 

CARTI Named Recipient of $45,000 Arkansas Cancer Coalition Grant

August 18, 2017
CARTI has been awarded a $45,000 grant from the Arkansas Cancer Coalition to help implement cancer control efforts in support of the Arkansas Cancer Plan. “We are incredibly thankful for this generous gift from our friends at the Arkansas Cancer Coalition,” says Kathi Jones, CARTI Foundation president.  “This grant will directly benefit the CARTI Transportation Assistance… View Article

 

Yoga Classes for Cancer Patients, Caregivers Set at CARTI

August 14, 2017
Using yoga to help manage cancer treatment and recovery is the focus of a new pilot program being introduced in September at the CARTI Cancer Center in Little Rock. Donna Terrell’s Yoga Warriors Fighting Colon Cancer and CARTI will begin an on-going, twice monthly series of free yoga classes for cancer patients led by oncology-trained… View Article

 

CARTI Announces Gynecologic Oncology Multi-Disciplinary Clinic

July 26, 2017
Dr. Joseph Ivy will begin seeing patients twice a month as part of a new multI-disciplinary clinic for gynecologic oncology patients at the CARTI Cancer Center in Little Rock. “We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Ivy to CARTI,” said Craig Comish, CARTI interim chief executive officer.  “His commitment to improving patient satisfaction in gynecologic oncology… View Article

 

Emmy Award-Winning Little Rock News Anchor Donna Terrell Is a Woman on a Mission. . .in Memory of Her Daughter

February 28, 2017
As an Emmy Awarding journalist at Fox 16 in Little Rock, news anchor Donna Terrell knows first hand that the most powerful and impactful stories are those that evoke emotion drawn from a deep, personal perspective that can put a relatable face on the subject or topic at hand. That’s why Terrell is on a… View Article

 

What to Know About Lung Cancer, Early Detection and Reducing the Risks

February 15, 2017
With lung cancer being the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women, the disease makes up about 25% of all cancer deaths across the nation as well as in Arkansas. And with that in mind, it’s good to become familiar with the latest developments in early detection and how to reduce the… View Article

 

Dr. Christopher Pope Named Primary Physician at CARTI Radiation Oncology in Conway

January 31, 2017
For immediate release Dr. Christopher Pope Named Primary Physician at CARTI Radiation Oncology in Conway   Christopher H. Pope, M.D., has been named primary physician at CARTI Radiation Oncology in Conway, according to Jan Burford, CARTI president and chief executive officer. “Although Dr. Pope might be considered ‘new’ in the Conway medical community, he is… View Article

 

CARTI Receives $10,000 CVS Health Community Grant

November 1, 2016
Grant to CARTI Is Part of CVS Health’s Commitment to Helping People Lead Tobacco-Free Lives CARTI recently announced it has received a $10,000 CVS Health Community Grant to create an eight week Smoking Cessation program for smokers. The Community Grants Program was created by CVS Health as part of its commitment to helping people achieve their best… View Article

 

Harco Constructors Matches CARTI Gifts through Dec. 31

November 30, 2015
From now until December 31st, Harco Constructors will match your gift, up to the first $15,000 received. Once you learn you have cancer, you are in a fight like no other.   You quickly realize you can’t fight cancer on your own. But not everyone has the support they need to help them through the difficult… View Article

 

Chemosabe Sisters

November 9, 2015
  SCENES FROM A SUPPORT GROUP Story by Steve Spencer STUTTGART, ARKANSAS. PRIVATE ROOM IN EL CANAVERAL MEXICAN GRILL. AFTER WORK. THE SECOND MONDAY NIGHT OF SEPTEMBER. EIGHTEEN WOMEN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 35 AND SOME NUMBER BIGGER THAN THAT BUT LET’S NOT GET TOO SPECIFIC ARE CASUALLY GATHERED AROUND THREE LONG TABLES PULLED TOGETHER…… View Article