Patients and their loved ones tell us that having a supportive community has a profound effect on how they cope with their cancer diagnosis and treatment. We strive to have opportunities for patients to interact safely in the lobby before treatment and at facilitated group meetings.
Proton Therapy Helps Eddie Watts Stay Active
Eddie Watts is just on the other side of his prostate cancer treatment and is joyful to have found proton therapy. He is continuing the next leg of his journey through life where his friends will often find him on the golf course or in a heated pickle ball match.
Patient alum and ambassador Lee Moultrie III is on a mission to spread the word about prostate cancer and proton therapy. He was featured recently in an article in The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the sad news that Ruby Henderson passed away. She was our first volunteer, starting a mere seven months after we treated our first patient.