Carrie was diagnosed at 33 with no family history of cancer. She discusses how Shawnee Mission Cancer Center staff adapted treatment to her schedule and way of living and even assisted her in getting a scholarship for art therapy.
A year in remission, Charlie recalls how Shawnee Mission Cancer Center staff were not the type of hospital staff he expected and how his doctor helped him work through his fears.
Charlene remembers what led her to choose Shawnee Mission Cancer Center as her treatment facility and her experiences with the Shawnee Mission staff who put her at ease.
As a mother of young children, Melissa discusses what it’s like to be diagnosed with cancer and how her doctors helped her and her children understand what to expect.
On the last day of her cancer treatment, Pat reflects on the power of a positive attitude and how the staff at Shawnee Mission Cancer Center inspired her to stay positive during her cancer journey.
As a spiritual person, hearing staff tell him they were praying for him meant a lot to Tony. In this clip, he looks back on his experience with the Shawnee Mission Cancer Center team.