Edna Wade | Pancreatic cancer survivor

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Edna Wade Pancreatic cancer survivor

“Having pancreatic cancer has made me more appreciative and more compassionate of others. My walk with God is stronger. He has put an angel in my path. When you first get a cancer diagnosis, it is frightening. Take it to the Lord to get the courage and strength to keep you on the journey. Surround yourself with positive people if … Read More

Pat Longinotti | Throat cancer survivor

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Pat Longinotti Throat cancer survivor

“Since being diagnosed with throat cancer in 2011, I have become a more positive person. I am trying to stay that way. I know life is a miracle, and our lives are important. I was the first person to have transoral robotic surgery by Dr. Vural here at UAMS. It was not as invasive as the typical surgery required for … Read More

Edna Rogers | Tracheal cancer survivor

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Edna Rogers

“My experience at the Cancer Institute has been wonderful. I am five years out from my diagnosis and so blessed. The nurses and doctors have all been so helpful. Dr. Suen is a wonderful doctor who took very good care of me. He’s very considerate and interested in his patients’ recovery. He is an awesome doctor. I would recommend him … Read More

Sharon Turner | Breast cancer survivor

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Sharon Turner

“When they told me I had breast cancer, I wanted to say ‘why me?’ Then, I stopped and thought, ‘why not me?’ It can happen to anyone. I’ve come for a mammogram for the past several years. It’s just what I do. The earlier you catch it, the better chance your doctors have of helping you. It’s best to take … Read More