John Porter, rectal cancer survivor
He wouldn’t go anywhere else. John Porter could’ve
gone anywhere in the country for cancer treatment.
He chose Parkview. “Once I met my care team, I had
confidence,” says John, a lawyer who felt right at
home in the highly specialized, multidisciplinary
environment at Parkview.
Deb Farrell, breast cancer survivor
The lifesaving benefits of early detection. Deb Farrell
had no lumps, no symptoms, and no risk factors. Good
thing she scheduled her screening mammogram anyway.
Troy Floor, colon cancer survivor
Feeling like he can't be stopped. When he was
diagnosed with an aggressive form of colon cancer
at age 27, Troy Floor’s future was uncertain. After a
disappointing treatment experience at a large,
well-known cancer facility, Troy came home and
chose Parkview for follow-up treatment.
Donna Lucas, acoustic neuroma survivor
(treated with CyberKnife)
Getting her life back. Donna Lucas had a rare
brain tumor. Parkview had CyberKnife. The tumor
didn’t stand a chance. Hear Donna’s inspiring story,
and learn more about CyberKnife’s painless,
Every day is a valued day.
Maggie Lollis, breast cancer survivor
has a new lease on life. She walks five miles a day,
eats plenty of fruits and vegetables, and puts her family
and church first in her life. But getting through cancer
wasn’t easy, and Maggie credits Parkview’s people
with helping her stay positive.
Melvin Smith, prostate cancer survivor
(treated with CyberKnife) Singing the praises of CyberKnife.
prostate cancer, Melvin Smith had a PSA level of 9.
Watchful waiting wasn’t enough for Melvin, who decided
to have outpatient treatments with the painless,
non-surgical technology of the region’s only CyberKnife.
Sally Garrett-Smith, breast cancer survivor
Setting her world back in motion.
After years of normal
mammograms, Sally Garrett-Smith was shocked to learn
she had breast cancer. “It’s true, your world stops,”
says Sally, who sought help from her Parkview patient
navigator and the Breast Care Team.
Philip Walker, lymphosarcoma survivor
Even athletes get cancer.
He was a runner. He ate
right. He worked out. So when Philip Walker was
diagnosed with lymphosarcoma of the shoulder, it came
as a surprise.
Elsie McAlexander, breast cancer survivor
Finding more at Parkview. When she was diagnosed
with cancer, retired health teacher Elsie McAlexander
came to Parkview for answers. She found them – and
a positivity that inspired her.