The changing face of cancer care in Vermont, 7-22-15

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Vermont. Each year, 3,600 Vermonters are diagnosed with cancer, and more than 38,000 Vermonters are living with a current or previous diagnosis of cancer. We talk with advocates, patients and physicians about the changing face of cancer care in Vermont:

David Cranmer, coordinator, Vermonters Taking Action Against Cancer (VTAAC), and a cancer survivor

Dr. Jim Wallace, medical director of radiation oncology, UVM Medical Center

Theresa Lever, Patient Navigator for the cancer program at University of Vermont Health Network, Central Vermont Medical Center

Beth Rusnock, president, National Life Group Foundation, sponsor of the Do Good Festival, which raises money for cancer support and treatment

Amy, patient at Central Vermont Medical Center who, along with her husband, was recently diagnosed with cancer

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