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3D CDH Comprehensive Cancer Center
Lynne Saneron 12 November 2013
Transcript of 3D CDH Comprehensive Cancer Center
lab & diagnostic testing
A Patient Navigator
With such great services
and throughout the hospital campus for...
is about creating a place
for diagnostic, treatment,
and support services...
why do we need
a cancer center?
and your story are known
Cancer touches us all
people over 65 is a
and that number is on the rise
There are 13.7 million survivors today
In one comfortable setting
Cooley Dickinson has the clinical and technical expertise to provide
Here at Home
Cooley Dickinson Hospital
In partnership with
social & emotional
throughout the area for...
patients must travel
85 percent of all cancer treatment
Enhanced communication among multiple caregivers ensures
will be there
Comprehensive Cancer Center
Since its commissioning, "Connecticut River Valley in Four Seasons" has become synonymous with Cooley Dickinson Health Care. The 16-foot mural adorns the walls of the hospital’s Coffee Shop at 30 Locust Street, Northampton, and was created by Leverett artist Lynn Peterfreund, www.lynnpeterfreund.com ©1998.
of the way
My son was five when I was diagnosed.
with her son Rain and his APAW service dog, Arwyn
I am here today and I am grateful.
My cancer experience is in the background now.
I had a Moxie
the other day.
for improved coordination of care
state-of-the-art, comprehensive care
for when cancer touches our lives
Margaret, Reenie, Dave, and Holly's
Today all four are
busy living their lives
I told my doctor that I was going to live a long time to be my son’s mother.
This is what is happening right now.
It tasted so good.
I’m living life and plan on being an old lady.
stories were recorded in 2009