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This presentation will be an hour packed with concise information on everything from prevention to cure in two of the cancers women face in their reproductive organs. Powerful information you won’t want to miss from two of our local experts! Dr. Guy Jones of the Tri-Cities Cancer Center is a Radiation Oncologist and specializes in gynecological cancers. Dr. Larry Smith of Kadlec is a Obstetrician/Gynecologist and specializes in obstetrics and gynecology, female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Please call 737-3427 or visit https://tccancer.org/event/presentation-cervical/ to RSVP. Lunch will be provided free with RSVP! +Kadlec
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The Cancer WellFit Program is a FREE 10-week small group program designed for cancer survivors who have recently become deconditioned or chronically fatigued from their treatment and/or disease. This program is offered jointly between the Tri-Cities Cancer Center and Tri-City Court Club. Goals include helping patients build muscle mass and muscle strength, improve range of motion, and to increase endurance and functional ability. Pre-registraton is required. The first 10-week session starts January 9th. To register, please call (509) 737-3420. #crushcancer
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Drink. Build. Create. Your Tri-Cities Cancer Center and Mid-Columbia Libraries has another event that is part of Handsomely Hairy for Health for the month of November - BARchitects, an adult LEGO league. This event is Wednesday, November 16th, at 7:00 p.m. at Brews Taphouse in Pasco. For more information or to register your team, please visit https://www.midcolumbialibraries.org/events/barchitects

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November is also Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Your Tri-Cities Cancer Center offers a Lung Cancer Screening program that is available throughout the year. Studies have shown these programs help find tumors early when they are much more likely to be cursed. This is our only cancer screening with a fee. To encourage participation, we offer this screening for low cost of only $50. For eligibility requirements or for more information, please visit our website: https://tccancer.org/screening_programs/ or call our Nurse Navigator at (509) 737-3405. #crushcancer

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November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. A few facts and figures for you: There is an estimated 53,000 new cases in 2016, which account of 3.1% of all new cancer cases. Nearly 42,000 people are expected to die of this disease this year. This accounts for 7% of all cancer deaths in 2016. Learn more here: https://www.cancer.gov/types/pancreatic

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This November, grow your hair; grow cancer awareness. Join us with Mid-Columbia Libraries to raise the level of men's health awareness in our region throughout the month of November. Handsomely Hairy for Health - visit tcccmenshealth.org to learn more and see a ton of information and fun events! +Mid-Columbia Libraries #crushcancer

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Happy Halloween from your staff at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center!
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The Black Box Haunted Attraction is a fun and scary Haunted House at the Pasco Flea Market! This event is being organized by Dave Tuttle, Wingstop Franchise Owner, who has been working on this idea for several years. It’s every weekend in October, from 7pm-11pm and is $12 per person! Your Tri-Cities Cancer Center will be receiving 10% of all proceeds from this event all month long!
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We have an awesome monthly support group that features supportive conversation and sharing for patients, family members and caregivers for those who have been or are diagnosed with Lymphoma/Leukemia or Multiple Myeloma. This group meets the 4th Thursday from 4-5 p.m. Their next meeting is this Thursday! Feel welcome to join. #crushcancer
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Have you attended our Mindfulness Meditation class yet? Clinical studies have shown mindfulness meditation practice to be an effective and safe way to reduce stress-related medical problems, anxiety, and depression while brain imaging has shown that a regular mindfulness practice can change brain function and structure in a positive and significant way. Please call (509) 737-3427 for more information, reservations are not necessary. #crushcancer
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