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Cancer Care

Colon Cancer Awareness Month

The following kits are available to you during the month of March

Option 1

IFOB Fit Test-70% accuracy
Free of Charge
Must return sample to Cancer Center

Option 2

Cologuard-92% accuracy
DNA Stool Sample
Mailed to your home by Exact Sciences with instructions
Covered 100% by Medicare
All other insurances are subject to a fee
Orders filled out by person and faxed to Alison for signature 580-250-5167

Either option requires that the person come to the Cancer Center to either pick up a kit or fill out a form for Colorguard.

Everyone will have to fill out a contact form for accountablity purposes.

For more information, call 580-251-6600

 

Taylor Le Norman/McCasland Cancer Center

Duncan Regional Hospital entered into a joint venture with Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Lawton, and Jackson County Memorial Hospital, Altus, to create the Cancer Centers of Southwest Oklahoma. Cancer centers have been built in each of these locations - bringing cancer treatment to you!

http://www.cancercentersswok.com/

The Taylor Le Norman / McCasland Cancer Center is a 9,000 square foot facility located on the southeast corner of Duncan Regional Hospital's campus and opened its doors to patients in September 2008. The center offers both radiation therapy and chemotherapy and is equipped with a linear accelerator to deliver the precise levels of radiation necessary for each patient's treatment plan. The facility also has outpatient laboratory services available.

Two chemotherapy rooms are available so patients may rest in comfort while receiving treatments; all treatments will be administered under the watchful eye of an oncologist. The facility staff also includes highly trained chemotherapy nurses and radiation therapists.

2110 Duncan Regional Loop Road
Duncan, Oklahoma 73533
580.251.6600
Fax: 580.251.6627

A donation to the Taylor Le Norman/McCasland Cancer Center will be your way of helping to ease a cancer patient's burden of having to travel long distances to receive their necessary treatments.

Give now.

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