Thank You!

Posted on:
08/28/2015

​This is not a real headline- a single car accident that killed and injured so many would spark an instant outcry with demands for improvements to our roads and improvements to automobile safety.

And yet: more than 3,100 people in Maine will die of cancer this year, and another 8,200 will diagnosed at some stage of the disease. Where is the demand for change? 

Posted on:
08/28/2015

Cancer care is a complicated and far-ranging affair that confronts patients with many challenges including; "what are my treatment options?" "how do I manage my medicines?" "how do I establish post-treatment therapy?" "what are my financial options?" and many more.

Trained Nurse Navigators are the first and best advocate for a cancer patient, and care centers that provide this service see marked improvements in patient outcomes.

Posted on:
08/26/2015

A big thank you to Ben Kilcollins and the Kilcollins Band for organizing the One Ball Pub Crawl in support of Testicular Cancer on August 2nd at Oasis in Portland.

This great local band raised over a thousand dollars to help fight cancer in Maine and we really appreciate their willingness to remind people early detection saves lives! If something doesn't seem right, get it checked out as soon as possible.

 

Posted on:
08/17/2015

Before we wrap up the Tri for a Cure for this year, we have one last Lost & Found announcement. If you recognize any of these items, please give us a call at (207) 773-2533 or stop by the Falmouth office:

Posted on:
08/14/2015

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