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Guam Cancer Care rep talks to Rotarians

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Cancer Care organization continued its trek in bringing awareness to the gaps and services for cancer care on island. Before the Rotary Club of Northern Guam, Guam Cancer Care communications director Rodney Dolorin spoke of the organization's services of providing navigation of cancer resources as far as finances, transportation and housing is concerned and advocacy in speaking on behalf of cancer patients.

"A lot of the local businesses, I want to try and tie our organization into their new slogan of buy local because we are local service so we are similar to them as far as local services we provide for local residents," he explained.

Dolorin adds that all of the organization's services are free to local residents. They are located in the Villo Trust Building in Tamuning.

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