Be inspired by the stories of Payson Center for Cancer Care patients.
John Leggett had a cold that wouldn’t go away. The cold was pneumonia, and the X-ray that helped diagnose it detected something much more serious — a cancerous mass in his lung.
Ray Luscinski underwent seven weeks of daily treatment in the fall of 2017 for squamous cell carcinoma. He and his wife Betsey were relieved by the warm welcome, pleasantly surprised by the state-of-the-art facilities and treatment technology and very gratified by the compassionate care.
Alison Nyhan of Concord received her Cancer Survivorship Plan when she completed breast cancer treatment at Concord Hospital Breast Care Center and Payson Center for Cancer Care in the summer of 2016, marking the end of treatment and summarizing every step of her cancer care.
Cancer patient, Lisa Ober's anxiety was soothed by Payson Center for Cancer Care medical and support services that helped her and her family cope with her illness and treatment.
For prostate cancer patient, David Braiterman, support before, during and after treatment was valuable.
Peg Vernon of Pembroke is a perfect example of early screening for lung cancer and the good it can do.