New cancer center aims to make life easier for patients

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The lineup of new doctors, scary-sounding medical terms and seemingly unending appointments at offices miles apart can make a cancer diagnosis seem impossible to navigate.

With the opening of a new cancer center, Community Hospital South officials hope to eliminate much of the confusion so patients can focus on getting well.

The hospital debuted its $20 million cancer center on its southside campus. The new facility will move nearly all of the hospital’s cancer care providers into one building, meaning patients won’t have to make multiple trips to see their oncologist, receive radiation treatment and find wigs and mastectomy prostheses.

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