Blessed” is the word both Wendy Hall, LCSW and Amy Roberts, LCSW, use to describe how they feel about their work at the Robert
Boisonneault Oncology Institute. Both have been licensed in clinical social work since the 1990s and have
been at RBOI since 2011.

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Dr. Norman Anderson recalls his high school friend, Robert “Rusty” Boisonneault, who died of Hodgkin’s Disease (lymphatic cancer) at age 21.

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NCCS says you are a cancer survivor from your day of diagnosis through the rest of your life.

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More than 59,000 people worldwide die each year from metastatic malignant melanoma. For almost half a century, this aggressive disease has been resistant to radiation..

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People who use both tobacco and alcohol are many times more likely to get head and neck cancer than people with neither habit.

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