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This month’s KEZI 9 Checks In segment, sponsored by the Roseburg Community Cancer Center, focuses on Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
ROSEBURG, Ore. - If you've recently been diagnosed with cancer, or are currently in treatment, you want to know you're getting access to top q…
Dr. Marietta said now those 45 and older should start screening for colorectal cancer. And if you have a family history or other health condit…
Your one thing could be going to bed 15 minutes earlier every night or getting in an extra glass of water.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – When it comes to cervical cancer, keeping up with preventative care is key.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – When it comes to lung cancer, the most important thing is prevention.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Roseburg Community Cancer Center is raising awareness and also offering the chance fo…
ROSEBURG, Ore. – To mark Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, KEZI poke with the Community Cancer Center’s newest doctor about what men need to know.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – KEZI 9 Checks In, sponsored by the Community Cancer Center, is a monthly reminder for women to do a self-breast exam to check…
ROSEBURG, Ore. – A new form of naturopathic therapy is coming to the Community Cancer Center in Roseburg.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – A new position at the Community Cancer Center is making scheduling treatment even easier for patients.
Here's what to know about getting care closer to home.
The Roseburg Community Cancer Center is training mentors to help cancer patients get through some of the hardest times of their lives.
OHSU and the Community Cancer Center are working together to provide the best care possible to their patients with a new Tumor Board.