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The moment Johanna was told she had cancer, she felt like every member of the Onslow Memorial team dropped what they were doing and made her feel important. Hear how from finding a lump, to her last day of treatment, Johanna had a care team that doubled as a support team, by her side every step of the way.
It’s hard to imagine what it’s like to receive a cancer diagnosis, let alone two in the course of one week. But that was Rosalyn’s reality. And though she initially thought, like some do, that her best option for treatment was the larger hospitals nearby, it was getting to know Onslow Radiation Oncology’s exceptional team that solidified her decision to receive treatment close to home. And boy, is she glad she did.
A diagnosis, biopsy, and test results—all complete within one week. That demonstration of swift and efficient care made Lori realize that the Onslow Radiation Oncology team was as dedicated to beating her cancer as she was. Today, Lori has a clean bill of health and some advice for those recently diagnosed—“Go to Onslow Radiation Oncology before you go elsewhere because you will be satisfied.”
It’s hard to imagine radiation treatment being described as “fun”, but Jay insists that nslow Radiation Oncology’s genuine and attentive team made his cancer treatment a truly enjoyable experience. Jay explains, that to him, it’s about more than the positive outcomes—it’s about giving credit where credit is due. Jay credits his physician and staff for the amazing opportunity to receive quality care close to home.
Sonya Black had never been ill a day in her life, aside from normal pregnancy sickness. “I’d never had a flu shot, never been in a hospital for anything,” Black said. She had noticed that she was tiring easily, but she had just chalked that up to weight gain and aging, more »
Sue Lynn Whitehurst, a veteran schoolteacher, has been working as a guidance counselor at Onslow County Schools for five years. She calls her job rewarding but difficult, especially when it comes to emotionally separating herself from her students’ predicaments, more »
Valerie Nichols counts herself among the fortunate ones. Though she was diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2012, it was caught while it was in its early stages, more »
Sherry Cowan and her husband, Matt, were high school sweethearts. They married young, had children young, and did everything young. They had even planned to be empty nesters young – before turning 40. There was just one problem. more »
Loyce Norris retired after 41 years as a base comptroller secretary, and had never been sick a day in her life. That changed this summer when she found a lump in her left breast during a shower. “The left breast was removed, and 11 of the 22 lymph nodes taken out were cancerous,” more »
Sheila Blue’s advice to women is simple: “Don’t wait till you get about dead before you go to the doctor. Learn to examine yourself.” Fortunately, Mrs. Blue, 63, practiced what she preached. When she found a lump on her breast, she went to see her doctor. more »