I Choose Archbold

For many who are facing a cancer diagnosis, it can be a scary journey to navigate. We know everyone’s cancer journey is different but, hearing from others who have defied the odds can offer a sense of hope, support, or comfort.

The Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center is home to expert physicians, state-of-the-art treatments, clinical research, and patient support programs. Archbold has become a regional destination for patients seeking clinical trials and innovative cancer care services, including Gamma Knife PerfexionTM, TrueBeam®, Trilogy, and TheraSphere radiation technologies.

Watch below to hear Becky, Wesley, and Gina share their experience receiving treatment with our team at the Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center.

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Watch Becky’s Story:

Becky was diagnosed with breast cancer and BRCA1 mutation (BReast CAncer gene 1). She received chemotherapy treatment with Archbold and also underwent a double mastectomy and hysterectomy.

“The oncology staff went above and beyond to help me keep my life as normal as possible. That was really important to me to not let this thing called cancer disrupt my life.”

Watch Wesley’s Story:

Wes was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia, a chronic pain condition affecting the trigeminal nerve in the face. The trigeminal nerve carries sensation from the face to the brain. Wes received treatment at Archbold using Gamma Knife® PerfexionTM.

“Trigeminal Neuralgia was cringing pain. You are not able to function, carry on a conversation, work, or anything. I have the highest confidence in the world in this team. They were like family. ”

Watch Gina’s Story:

Thanks to Gina’s annual mammogram appointment doctors were able to detect an early breast cancer diagnosis. Under her treatment plan Gina chose to undergo a bilateral mastectomy with follow up care at the Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center.

“It’s really, really important to do your mammograms annually, last year that tumor was not there and this year it was. If I had not gone and skipped a year I don’t know what that would have meant for my future and treatment.”