(November 28, 2016) LADY LAKE, Fl. – InterCommunity Cancer Center (ICCC) hosted its 6th Annual Survivor’s Reunion at the American Legion in Lady Lake on Friday, November 18th. InterCommunity Cancer Center is part of McKesson Specialty Health which supports the nation’s largest network of integrated, evidence-based oncology practices.
More than 150 guests, including survivors, spouses and guests, attended the event which included dinner and dancing. A
1950’s theme and a live band playing 50’s era hits added to the celebratory atmosphere.
InterCommunity Cancer Center had its first inaugural Survivor’s Reunion in 2010. The event was created to give patients a chance to network with other cancer survivors and provide an opportunity for them to share their stories. ICCC Alumni also have the opportunity to reconnect with the doctors and nurses who treated them during their cancer journey.
“The annual Survivor’s Reunion is also a place to forge new friendships” said Deborah Reagan, oncology liaison and event organizer. “One reunion newcomer who arrived by herself was graciously welcomed to a table of alumni that had been attending the event since its inception. By the end of the evening I discovered her dancing and laughing with her newfound friends and making plans to attend the event with them next year.”
About InterCommunity Cancer Center
InterCommunity Cancer Center (ICCC) has 30 years of experience providing quality, personalized cancer care in the Lady Lake and Leesburg communities and has treated more than 10,000 patients. Radiation Oncologist Dr. David Catalano has exceptional expertise in treating breast, lung, prostate, gynecologic, skin and other cancers. ICCC is affiliated with Vantage Oncology which, along with The US Oncology Network, is part of McKesson Specialty Health’s physician-led network of integrated, community-based oncology practices. This affiliation provides patients and practices a best-in-class platform and a robust suite of customizable offerings and services, including comprehensive oncology management services across radiation oncology, surgical specialties and medical oncology while focusing on community-based oncology care and innovative value-based cancer services. ICCC has access to clinical information and best practices from the treatment of more than 1,000 patients per day, enabling highly effective, peer-collaborated care. This empowers ICCC to offer academic-quality treatment in a community-based setting, providing exceptional cancer care close to home. To learn more, visit www.ICCCVantage.com.
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