“Without exception, the entire team at NGOC’s Carrollton Cancer Center has treated me with the utmost respect, courtesy and compassion thereby making this journey a whole lot easier to complete,” said Joseph. “And Dr. Pierce reminds me of my favorite 100-year-old Grand Marnier,” Joseph said. “That’s special. Almost as special as the day when I finally hit it big.”
“I would say to other people diagnosed to cancer to make the most of every day. Some days you don’t want to get out of bed and some days are more difficult than others, but don’t give up,” said Ricky. “I was stage three and now I’m clear. People like me usually aren’t around eight years later.”
“Dr. Hahm is a wealth of information,” Ivy said. “She explains things so thoroughly that I don’t worry about the ‘what ifs’? Not having to wonder made me feel secure and confident I could beat breast cancer.” Because Dr. Hahm believed she had a 99 percent cure rate, Ivy believed. An avid reader, Ivy boosted her confidence by learning all she could about her diagnosis – her antidote for being afraid.
“Now that I am retired, I can play golf and spend more time with my wife and family,” said Bunch. “I also am thankful for Dr. Shaffer and the staff at NGOC. It’s nice they are there for me, not far down the road.”