i first saw the west clinic the first time i had cancer way back in 2006. after i had been referred there, i drove out there early before they opened, just to look at it. it is scary-having cancer. when you walk through the doors at the west clinic, you are always greeted with smiles. they truly care about you! the have the best cancer doctors, hands down! they have their own lab-fine, accurate! their own r.n.s, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists (don't let this scare you people-cancer is scary-to all of us), nutritionists, social workers, research, ct scans, pet/ct scans, and, the decor inside is breath taking! antique rugs on the floor, beautiful furniture, pictures. i love the brass elevator. marble floors. if you, or a loved one, comes down with cancer-tell everyone involved in your care that you want to go to the west clinic!
i have known dr. earle weeks since 2001 when a knot on my tongue would not stop bleeding. he has seen me through high grade head and neck cancer (as a consult), pituitary cushing's disease, primary hyperparathyroidism, and, diabetes. he is very, very kind. and, very, very thorough. if you want a cure for your cancer, if you want someone who will do everything there is to help you, go and see dr. earle weeks!
"a doctor's doctor"! cancer is scary people! more scary than aids or ebola put together! this may seem strange. but, cancer is a lot more complicated. it takes brains and courage to be an oncologist. i like dr. schwartzberg the minute i saw him. fine human being!