Related to Breast Cancer Awareness
At Lee Health’s Breast Health Centers we deliver comprehensive and compassionate care in your time of need.
Countless families and friends have been affected by a breast cancer diagnosis. The fear these women and men face of the unknown is only heightened when combined with costs of treatment, travel, and navigating their new world. That’s why at Lee Health’s Regional Cancer Center, we’ve turned October into HOPETOBER, a month dedicated to giving hope to breast cancer patients.
The Regional Cancer Center joins other top-tier cancer treatment centers in offering complementary therapies and services to cancer care that can reduce anxiety, stress, neuropathy, nausea, insomnia, pain and weight changes. Through the Regional Cancer Center, those in Southwest Florida do not have to leave home and the support of family and friends to receive the world-class care they need and deserve during their fight against cancer.
It takes many specialists and support staff to fight breast cancer. That is why the Regional Cancer Center offers a comprehensive care program, complete with oncologists, nurse navigators, a dietician, genetics counselor and more. The certified and dedicated team designs treatment programs that exceed national survivorship rates through a compassionate and collaborative experience.
At Lee Health, we have exceptional employees who are also incredibly strong breast cancer survivors, and we want to take this opportunity to celebrate each one of them and their inspiring stories for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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Our cancer care specialists at the Regional Cancer Center as well as oncologists at physician offices and clinics go the extra mile to provide the latest treatment, whenever and however you need it.
Galen Magee, a Fort Myers Fashion Designer, has been donating custom-made robes to breast cancer patients’ at Lee Health’s Regional Cancer Center (RCC) monthly for over three years. We wanted to share Galen’s story and the positive effects he has had on our patients in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
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