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Willamette Valley Cancer Institute
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We offer comprehensive, community-based multidisciplinary care and research built around our patients.
We offer comprehensive, community-based multidisciplinary care and research built around our patients.

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A cancer diagnosis can disrupt a person’s life, not only physically and emotionally but also professionally. Here are some helpful ways to discuss your situation with your employer and handle inquiries from your co-workers: http://ow.ly/HYtT30gEQf0
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Yoncalla High School recently turned a student project into an act of goodwill. In this week's Targeting Cancer report on KVAL News, students surprised patients in WVCI's infusion room with handmade comfort items. Thank you, students, your kindness is much appreciated! http://ow.ly/6xDU30h3BpJ
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Focus on the moments that matter most. #MotivationalMonday #InspirationalQuote #cancer
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Currently, there are no approved screening techniques from the Food and Drug Administration to check for ovarian cancer. But in the not-so-distant future, there may be a blood test that can: http://bit.ly/2iZGeUK
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Thank you to Terri and the folks from West Coast Painted Rocks for bringing these beautiful pieces of art for our patients to enjoy. The main purpose of this group is to promote Random Acts of Kindness through painting rocks and hiding them for others to find. Check out their project here: http://bit.ly/2Bn1bk2
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Caring for a loved one with lung cancer can be emotionally taxing. While providing support to your friend or family member, you may be neglecting yourself. LUNGevity created an online caregiver resource center to help support you.
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Paul Leighton of Springfield never knew about the bone marrow donor registry, until he found himself in need of a life-saving blood stem cell transplant. Recently, Paul got the opportunity to meet his donor and thank him for giving him a second chance through this selfless gift. http://ow.ly/J5GH30gLl0Y
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Being patient can be difficult sometimes, but hang in there. #MotivationalMonday. #InspirationalQuote #cancer
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