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  • Cancer Education Series at GrandOaks Center ARMC - Colon CancerThe Bottom L

    Together, cancer of the colon and rectum are among the most Common Cancers in the United States. They occur in both men and women. Colorectal Cancer is most often found among people who are older than 50. People with a family history of colorectal cancer, polyps in colon or rectum, or inflammatory bowel disease are at greater risk than general population. All men and women older than 50 should do a fecal occult blood test every year. Join Dr. Melissa Corcoran from Cone Health Cancer Center at Alamance Regional as she discusses prevention, early detection, screenings, and treatment options for colorectal cancer Free fecal occult blood test kits will be distributed to all program participants.

  • Cancer Transitions

    Cancer Transitions is a free six-week workshop designed to help cancer survivors make the transition from active treatment to post-treatment care.

  • Friends and Family Cancer Support Group

    A support group for friends and family of cancer patients.

  • KidsCan!

    KidsCan! is a program for children ages 6-18 who have a family member with cancer.

  • Loving Yourself Well

    You've heard the old adage..."You can't take care of others if you don't first, take care of yourself".

  • Skin Cancer Screening - Burlington

    Free screening open to anyone who has not seen a Dermatologist or participated in another skin screening within the last year.

  • Skin Cancer Screening - Mebane

    Free screening open to anyone who has not seen a Dermatologist or participated in another skin screening within the last year.

  • Smoking Cessation Program (Alamance Regional - Day)

    The program is available for anyone 18 and older who currently smokes.

  • Smoking Cessation Program (Alamance Regional - Evening)

    The program is available for anyone 18 and older who currently smokes.

  • Smoking Cessation Program (Annie Penn - Day)

    The program is available for anyone 18 and older who currently smokes.

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