November is a pretty hairy month in Lane County. The annual Grow Your Mo campaign is underway: Twelve teams of men, no razors for 30 days and one big goal: to raise money for the Oregon Cancer Foundation. Read more.
After serving more than 30 years as an officer with the Eugene Police Department, Lisa Barrong was looking forward to retirement. But just about 10 months before leaving her position, Lisa learned she had breast cancer. Having received clean mammogram results just days before, the diagnosis came as a complete surprise. Read more.
If the idea of going from the couch to participating in a triathlon in a matter of months sounds crazy, then you need to meet Team Endure.
This local group brings together people with different fitness levels—beginners to seasoned athletes—to train for endurance events. But they don’t just take on this challenge for their own benefit. Read more.
We are in the Halloween spirit at both our Country Club Road and RiverBend clinics this week.
Staff members in each department combined their imaginations to decorate pumpkins, which are on display in the waiting room of each clinic. Patients are encouraged to vote for their favorites. Read more.
Learning you have cancer is difficult to hear at any age, but the struggles of living with the disease can look different to younger survivors. Read more.