We are partners in your cancer care.

Working together, Lee Health and our private physician partners – 21st Century Oncology and Florida Cancer Specialists – offer cancer patients treatment for nearly every aspect of their cancer care under one roof.

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Our Facility Regional Cancer Center is one of the largest community cancer treatment centers in the state of Florida.
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Positive Outcomes Survival rates meet or exceed the national average for all cancer treatment facilities.
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 Treatment Options Regional Cancer Center provides our patients with access to the latest cancer treatments and targeted therapies, early phase clinical trials, timely referrals for second opinions and improved coordination of care.
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Breast cancer nurse navigators work with patients throughout their cancer journey to connect them to the right emotional, medical, spiritual, and financial resources. They are dedicated to providing the highest level of compassionate care for you and your family! For more information, call 239-343-9500. http://bit.ly/2DtH1JU ... See Less

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A community reminder as flu cases continue to increase: Lee Health is temporarily restricting children 12 and under from visiting our hospitals: Cape Coral Hospital, Gulf Coast Medical Center, HealthPark Medical Center, Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida, and Lee Memorial Hospital.

Remember to protect yourself from the flu: Get the vaccine, wash your hands often, stay home when you are sick, and cover your cough. If you experience signs and symptoms of flu, visit your primary care doctor, a Lee Health Convenient Care, walk-in, or urgent care center—they are able to diagnose and treat flu. Check locations and hours: http://bit.ly/2D41Tav
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It's time to take charge! Many factors that increase your cancer risk are beyond your control -- such as your family history and genes. But you can start today to change the things you CAN control such as your habits and lifestyle.

Quit smoking, protect yourself from the sun, maintain a healthy weight, exercise regularly, eat healthier, and get regular check-ups. Be proactive and stay healthy in the New Year. You can do it! Read more about cancer prevention: http://bit.ly/2DkgoHy
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Are you looking for a support group? The Regional Cancer Center can help. We offer a variety of monthly groups for patients and families. The groups offer emotional support as well as information on diagnosis, treatment, and ways to manage side effects.

There is no fee to attend any of our groups, but seating is limited. Click to view a complete list and see contact numbers and emails. We'll be here when you need us! http://bit.ly/2D2pQz9
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Did You Know: Cookie's Place Boutique, located inside the Regional Cancer Center, is dedicated to men and women diagnosed with cancer, undergoing treatment, or caring for a loved one diagnosed with cancer.

Cookie's Place has wigs, gifts, cards, healthy snacks, clothes, and so much more to help you and your family. Call 239-343-9503 or read more: http://bit.ly/2CQB71W
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Your shopping and dietary habits can help lower your risk of cancer. So we would like to invite you to an upcoming event that can help:

Smart Shopping for Lowering Your Cancer Risk will be 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday at Publix, 2420 Santa Barbara Blvd., Cape Coral. An oncology dietitian will lead the tour and show you how to shop to maximize your health. RSVP at 239-424-3210. We hope to see you there!
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Did you know: The Regional Cancer Center offers nutrition counseling for oncology patients. We have a certified, licensed oncology dietitian who can help patients cope with side effects of cancer, prevent delays in treatment, and help preserve and improve their quality of life.

For more information about nutrition screening and counseling, call Valerie Butram at 239-343-9559.
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Doctors encourage women over 40 to get a mammogram every year to fight breast cancer. Early detection is the key to spotting the disease and finding subtle changes in breast tissue.

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Gentle Exercise Classes at the Regional Cancer Center are designed for people who are receiving treatment or have had surgery and are not yet able to do cardio exercises.

Gentle exercises can:

1. Promote healing and increased range of motion
2. Improve stamina and tolerance for treatment
3. Improve posture so heart and lungs can function properly
4. Reduce stress and decrease pain
5. Improve sleep and ability to relax

Classes take place from 11 a.m. to noon every Monday on the 4th-floor conference room at the Regional Cancer Center, 8931 Colonial Center Drive, Fort Myers. Call 239-343-9503 to register for this $5 class.
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A healthy diet is an essential part of cancer prevention and general wellness for you and your family.

So check out this comprehensive list of "Snacks and Dashboard Dining" from the American Cancer Society that offers quick suggestions when you have the urge to snack. Keep the list handy so you can give your body the nutrients it needs!

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