Mutations of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes can indicate increased risk of breast cancer. But they shouldn’t be the only risk factors considered.Continue Reading.
With the new year just starting and the topic of health coming up in the form of resolutions, it’s time to focus not just on losing weight or maintaining healthy eating habits but also what you’re doing for those areas that you may not think about very often. January is Cervical Health Awaren…Continue Reading.
The Hancock Regional Boutique is located in the Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center at Hancock Regional Hospital, and they are a health and specialty shop. Women who have or are fighting cancer can go there to feel healthy and beautiful during or after radiation treatment. The boutique offers many serv…Continue Reading.
The Hancock Regional Boutique is a health and specialty shop where women who have or are fighting cancer can go to feel healthy and beautiful. Coping with the body changes a patient may experience when fighting cancer can be difficult. Often, the prospect of wearing a wig, finding a bra, or using…Continue Reading.
There are more than 14.5 million cancer survivors living in the United States. A cancer survivor is anyone living with a history of cancer – from the moment of diagnosis through the remainder of life. National Cancer Survivors Day in the month of June is a great opportunity to recognize and…Continue Reading.
It’s been two years since 60-year-old New Castle, Ind. resident Terry Lee was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Angie, his wife of 28 years, says the new Cancer Center has made “a world of a difference” in his treatment. When Oncology was in the basement of Hancock Regional Hospita…Continue Reading.
Occasionally, little stories that really shine through as examples of great service come across my desk. One such heart-warming story recently was shared with me, and I feel it is worth sharing with all of you. A mother and daughter recently visited our Cancer Center Boutique. The mother is getti…Continue Reading.