The Wellmont Cancer Institute is committed to treating cancer when needed and preventing it when possible. With the goal of prevention in mind, the cancer institute offers a high-risk clinic and genetic counseling services for individuals who are potentially experiencing factors that could increase their risk of developing cancer. Learning about specific high-risk factors enables individuals and families to make choices to help reduce those risks.
High-risk services may be helpful when:
The Wellmont Cancer Institute's high-risk consultations are performed by Wendy Vogel, a nationally recognized oncology-certified nurse practitioner.
These basic questions and many other lifestyle factors can be used to help determine if an individual has a higher-than-average risk for cancer. Once a person understands his or her risk level, steps can be taken to help reduce that risk with the goal of preventing cancer in the future.
If you're looking for more information or have questions about the Wellmont Cancer Institute, please contact us or speak to your primary care provider.
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2/1/16 - To demonstrate solidarity with those whose lives have been affected by cancer, the Wellmont Cancer Institute will participate in the #WorldCancerDay #TalkingHands social media campaign on Thursday, Feb. 4.
12/23/15 - Patients at the J.D. and Lorraine Nicewonder Cancer Center experienced the spirit of giving from Sullins Academy third graders, who provided gifts such as notebooks, blankets, hats and scarves, as well as handmade cards and notes of encouragement.
5/28/15 - Strength and hope will permeate the region as cancer survivors gather to celebrate their success at an upcoming event. National Cancer Survivors Day will be held June 7, and the Wellmont Cancer Institute will hold local gatherings at three locations.
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