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The institute’s staff of physicians, nurses, researchers and other healthcare professionals is dedicated to improving the health of all cancer patients, both from Arkansas and beyond.

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  • Robert Pool | Soft Tissue Sarcoma SurvivorSeptember 13, 2018

    Robert Pool Soft tissue sarcoma survivor

    “I had a lump on my arm and went to the doctor in Mountain Home. He did a biopsy and saw that it was cancer. He operated on it, but we found out later that he didn’t get it all. Then, that doctor helped us transfer to UAMS where I saw Dr. Corey Montgomery. He…

  • Christy Harrison | Breast Cancer SurvivorSeptember 13, 2018

    Christy Harrison Breast cancer survivor

    “Today was my eighth and final chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer. I was diagnosed the Monday after Easter 2018. I had been at another treatment facility and had some pathology reports that showed the cancer was in my lymph nodes. However, we didn’t know where the primary cancer was located. I got an appointment to…

  • Therrell R. Mullens | Bladder Cancer SurvivorSeptember 13, 2018

    Therrell R. Mullens Bladder cancer survivor

    “I thought I had a bladder infection and made an appointment with a urologist near my home. I had to wait two months to see him, and when I did he told me I needed surgery. He operated a week later, and then I had to make a choice on where to go for further…

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