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The Regional Cancer Center
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Comprehensive outpatient care for cancer and blood disorders.
Comprehensive outpatient care for cancer and blood disorders.

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Average Americans consume way too much sodium. Have you tried to kick the habit, but found that you just don’t like the taste of low sodium foods as much? http://bit.ly/1tG3Afo

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The cancers that most often affect women include breast, colorectal, endometrial, lung, and ovarian. Research shows that a woman's weight, diet, and fitness routine affects risk level: http://bit.ly/1tLXkbr

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We've got good news to share. Be the first to hear it! If you'd like to get our newsletter in your inbox, sign up here –> http://www.trcc.org/communication/

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May the holiday spirit find a home in your heart.
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Wanda Wilcox will be forever grateful for the expert cancer care she received close to home atRCC. With 24 grandchildren, their families and foster grandchildren who count on her, Wanda is not the only one who is grateful for her good health.

Read Wanda's Story: http://bit.ly/1zdnNwq

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During cancer treatment, visions of sugar plums may bring anxiety. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are having trouble eating or keeping food down: http://ow.ly/FKPNg

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For many people, the holiday season is a special time of year marked by celebrations and gatherings with family and friends. For those struggling with the death of a loved one, the holidays may be a difficult time full of painful reminders that emphasize their sense of loss. Suggestions on how to act or what to say: http://bit.ly/1AzfQlB

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We are happy to announce our new Tips and Recipes for Healthy Living: http://healthyliving.trcc.org/

Get healthy living information and search for recipes based on the illness and symptoms you are experiencing during and after your treatment.

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Married 31 years, Rich and Jean Wise have each had the experience of being both cancer patient and caregiver at home. “Our marriage vows are, in sickness and in health, so we were there for each other, through it all,” says Jean. http://ow.ly/F9VHK
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