3801 W 15th St, Ste 210 Plano TX United States 75075
Doctor Beth Anglin, MD, FACS
Doctor Beth Anglin
Doctor Anglin has been in practice since 1998. She is a graduate of Baylor University and went on to receive her Medical Degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Her surgical residency was at St. Paul Medical Center and the University of Texas Southwestern-Parkland Hospital System. Doctor Anglin is a Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
As emotional support can be as important as medical care, Doctor Anglin has started a support group for men and women with the breast cancer gene (BRCA). This Dallas/Ft. Worth group is the first of its kind locally and has joined FORCE, the national hereditary cancer support group.
Deborah L. Burns, MS, CRNFA, FNP-C
Deborah L. Burns
Debbie began working with Dr Anglin in February, 2009. Part of her passion is education as she feels that “Knowledge is Power.” By educating patients and their family about surgery and treatment, they are better prepared for the journey. She is available throughout the work week and on the weekends via email. We try to be available at all times to our patients as questions inevitably come up after an office visit. This helps lessen worry about delays for information.
Debbie feels very strongly about “paying it forward.” If she can guide one cancer patient through the process of treatment, it makes that person’s journey more manageable and less painful. As a breast cancer survivor since 2002, she knows the steps first hand. Diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma, she underwent a lumpectomy followed by 4 rounds of chemotherapy and 6 1/2 weeks of radiation. Debbie credits her early diagnosis to a baseline mammogram at 35 and then yearly mammograms from 40 on. She has participated in many support groups and health fairs and was integral to the team that helped with The Medical Center of Plano’s designation as a nationally approved breast cancer center.