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Cancer Support V.I. Hosts Speaker on Breast Cancer Therapy

Jan. 2, 2009 – Cancer Support VI announces its next free presentation to be given by Dr. Letha Mills, medical oncologist from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Bennington, Vermont. She will be discussing personalized breast cancer treatment therapy. Dr. Mills is that rare kind of doctor who still makes house calls, and her patients and families are comfortable calling her by her first name.
The free lecture will be held at noon, on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at the Kimelman Cancer Institute in the Bennie and Martha Benjamin Medical Auditorium. It will be given a second time at 7 p.m., at Antilles School in the Mark Marin Center – in the Children's Activity Room (on the 1st floor near the back entrance).
The mission of Cancer Support VI is to provide support, education, information and assistance to people living with cancer and their families and friends.

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Jan. 2, 2009 - Cancer Support VI announces its next free presentation to be given by Dr. Letha Mills, medical oncologist from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Bennington, Vermont. She will be discussing personalized breast cancer treatment therapy. Dr. Mills is that rare kind of doctor who still makes house calls, and her patients and families are comfortable calling her by her first name.
The free lecture will be held at noon, on Wednesday, Jan. 7, at the Kimelman Cancer Institute in the Bennie and Martha Benjamin Medical Auditorium. It will be given a second time at 7 p.m., at Antilles School in the Mark Marin Center - in the Children's Activity Room (on the 1st floor near the back entrance).
The mission of Cancer Support VI is to provide support, education, information and assistance to people living with cancer and their families and friends.