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the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of tumors

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It is a privilege to be part of a company that delivers high quality cancer care and innovative treatments to patients in the communities in which we operate," said Jordan.
Tenovus Cancer Care has a long history of helping to make a difference to those with breast cancer and last year the charity's Cancer Support Team helped nearly 2,800 of these patients via its services.
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The specialists at Choice Cancer Care consider it to be an honor and privilege, and work hard each day to fulfill that promise to their patients, to their patient's families, to the community as a whole, and to themselves.
Regional Cancer Care Associates extends across New Jersey with more than 90 cancer care specialists, growing to include more than 100, and is supported by 600 employees at 25 care delivery sites, providing care to more than 20,000 new patients annually and over 230,000 existing patients.
Thankfully Breast Cancer Care are there for people like me as well as the person who has been diagnosed with this dreadful disease.
The Northern Centre for Cancer Care is also home to the Charlie Bear for Cancer Care charity.
Store manager, Jackie Slee said: "We decided to hold a Makeover Marathon because we know cancer is an issue that is close to the hearts of our customers, and staff alike - that's why we have been working with Breast Cancer Care for the last 12 years.
LONDON, September 6 /PRNewswire/ -- New Marie Curie Cancer Care wristbands will be available at your local Lloyds TSB branch from 19 September.
Richmond, British Columba, has initiated a collaboration with the Center for Cancer Care in Goshen, Indiana, for developing and evaluating its RECAF(tm) technology.
Our supermodels will take to the catwalk at Breast Cancer Care Scotland's fabulous fashion shows.
NCCN is an alliance of 19 cancer centers from around the world whose mission is to assist in the advancement of cancer care.
That's why Cancer Care has released a new fourth edition of ``A Helping Hand Resource Guide,'' a free, comprehensive reference detailing cancer-related assistance at the national and regional levels.
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