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  • After Breast Cancer Class

    Breast cancer patients and survivors learn information to help them restore normal movement after surgery and about lymphedema.

  • Brain Tumor Support Group

    A support group for brain tumor patients and caregivers.

  • Breast Cancer Support Group

    A support group for breast cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones.

  • Cancer Education Prevention Series: Head and Neck Cancer

    Most head and neck cancers begin in the cells that line surfaces of the mouth, nose and throat. Common sites include tonsils, tongue, salivary glands and larynx (voice box). These cancers are more common in men and people older than 50. The cure rate for these types of cancers is excellent but as with all cancers, early diagnosis and treatment is important. Join Dr. Karol Wolicki, otolaryngologist, Cornerstone Health Care, and Dr. Sarah Squire, Radiation Oncologist, Cone Health Cancer Center, to learn more about signs, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and treatment options for head and neck cancers.

  • Cancer Education Series: Colorectal Cancer

    Together, cancer of the colon and rectum are among the most Common Cancers in the United States. They occur in both men and women. Colorectal Cancer is most often found among people who are older than 50. People with a family history of colorectal cancer, polyps in colon or rectum, or inflammatory bowel disease are at greater risk than general population. All men and women older than 50 should do a fecal occult blood test every year. Join Dr. Carl Gessener from LeBauer Gastroenterology as he discusses screening for colorectal cancer and Dr. Alicia Thomas from Central Carolina Surgery as she discusses new therapies in minimally invasive colorectal surgery. Free fecal occult blood test kits will be distributed to all program participants.

  • Cervical Cancer Screening - Brown Summit Family Medicine

    FREE Pap Smear Screening for all women who cannot afford to see their physician. Screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older, who are currently sexually active or have been sexually active, have never had a pap smear or have not had a pap smear within the last 2 years. To register please call 832-8000.

  • Cervical Cancer Screening - Western Rockingham Family Medicine

    FREE Pap Smear Screening for all women who cannot afford to see their physician. Screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older, who are currently sexually active or have been sexually active, have never had a pap smear or have not had a pap smear within the last 2 years. To register please call 832-8000.

  • Cervical Cancer Screening - Women's Healthcare at Stoney Creek

    FREE Pap Smear Screening for all women who cannot afford to see their physician. Screening is open to all women who are 21 years of age and older, who are currently sexually active or have been sexually active, have never had a pap smear or have not had a pap smear within the last 2 years. To register please call 832-8000.

  • Counseling Services

    Counseling services for cancer patients and their family members.

  • Finding Your New Normal

    A survivorship program for cancer patients who have completed treatment.

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