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Island Cancer Center holding open house

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Celebrating its fifth year of service, Island Cancer Center is saying thank you to the community by opening their doors and welcoming their patients, referring providers and the community. William Sessoms told KUAM News the event is, ""To let them know all of them that if you need cancer treatment with radiation not all cancers get radiation therapy but if you do you don't have to go off-island to get this treatment done - you can come right here.

"You have a very well qualified board certified staff to take care of you very friendly our motto is our family treating your family and we really live up to that."

Island Cancer Center is the only radiation therapy clinic on Guam and has completed more than 20,000 treatment sessions for over 2,500 patients. The open house is scheduled for Saturday, May 2 from 12pm to 2:30pm and will give the community a chance to tour the facility and meet the staff.

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