Being a pre-school teacher, a mom of two teenagers and a devoted wife can make scheduling appointments for yourself a challenge, but Doris Fielder, a colorectal cancer survivor, will tell you it is
Stories for Cancer Care
A father’s nose. A mother’s almond-shaped eyes. A grandmother’s curly brown hair. An uncle’s dimple on the left cheek. Everyone is born with genes that they inherited from their mother and father...
After 50 years of smoking, a 5-second scan saved Karen’s life. The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 158,000 Americans will die from lung cancer in 2016. Karen Farquhar is not one of them.
“How do you train your staff and nurses to be so kind?”