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Donors credit doctors for life-saving cancer care

January 8, 2021

Doug Wilson was treated for a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma called mantle cell lymphoma. To give back to the doctors who treated his cancer, he created a fund to support their work in bone marrow transplants and the continued exploration of treatment options for mantle cell lymphoma.

The McKays: Making it through cancer as a family

December 8, 2020

Duane McKay and his daughter, Maddilyn, had cancer at the same time. Both were treated at the N.C. Cancer Hospital and received bone marrow transplants, with support from their small town community throughout their journey.

Four myths about breast cancer debunked

October 30, 2020

Surgical Oncologist Philip Spanheimer, MD, discusses and debunks four common misconceptions that breast cancer patients ask about care, treatment and diagnosis.