Survivor Stories

Winslow Township Woman’s Life Saved by Lung Cancer Screening

Read more: GailCahill croppedGail Cahill, a 58-year-old Winslow Township resident, smoked for 40 years of her life but, in her own words “had never really been sick.”

Still, when she saw a newspaper article about Kennedy’s Cancer Center offering free low-dose CT lung cancer screenings, she decided to call to find out more. While a 2009 full body scan she’d undergone had shown no health problems, it was now 2014 and Gail wanted to make sure her lungs were still in good condition.

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Survivor Story: Michael Kobran

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Michael Kobran is the first to say he has an “engineer’s mind” -- he’s a straightforward, logical, a-reason-for-everything kind of thinker. So when he was diagnosed in late 2011 with a rare form of neck cancer, Mike was floored – nothing, as he knew it, made sense.

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Key Patient Contacts

Oncology Nurse Navigator
Appointment scheduling and treatment navigation.
Susan Saporito, RN, BSN, OCN 
856-218-5324 


Abigale Hassel, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C - Social Worker
Patient support and information.
856-218-5322

Lung Cancer Screening Program Coordinators
Lisa Mick, RN and Brenda Gorman
856-218-5324

Cancer Center Accreditations

Commission on Cancer, ACR, NAPBC, Screening Center of Excellence

Upcoming Classes

Hope & Healing Stitchers - Knitting & Crocheting Club - Tuesdays 09-06-16 thru 12-13-16 - 01/04/2016
Join fellow community knitters and/or crocheters on an ongoing basis. Share and learn new skills, while working on community projects that will benefit Kennedy Cancer Center patients and their families. Please bring your own supplies and materials.

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Tai Chi - Mondays 01-09-17 - 12-11-17 - 10/28/2016
Tai Chi is a Chinese slow motion exercise designed to promote good health and longevity by circulating internal energy or 'chi.' Benefits include promoting relaxation and reducing stress. Anyone can do it regardless of age or condition. Great by itself or complements other exercises, lowers blood pressure, improves balance and coordination, slows and improves breathing and builds strength and vitality for cancer patients during and after treatment.

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