Pensacola News Journal Feature
When Dan Garrity of Pace was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, he considered traveling out of state to undergo surgery. Pancreatic cancer represents only 2 percent of all cancers, so having to travel hundreds of miles away from home to be treated is not uncommon for cancer patients across the country.
Fortunately, patients like Garrity have the option of receiving treatment for even rare types of cancer right here in Pensacola, surrounded by support networks of family and friends. Because of the experience we are gaining at Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola, we have not only the ability to treat such rare cases, but also the experience to do so effectively.
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