Gifts for cancer patients


Oncology Hematology Care (OHC), a premier source of treatment for cancer and complex blood disorders, recently received a gift from ladies with the Leesburg United Methodist Church. Lydia Duncan and Tina Hughes stopped by the OHC office at 781 W. Locust St. in Wilmington with 20 gift bags for the chemotherapy patients. The bags contained blankets, activity books, snacks and candies for the patients to enjoy while they are at the office receiving their treatment. “This was such a wonderful surprise for our patients,” said Tiffany Jones, OHC nurse practitioner. “We are so grateful!” From left are: Lydia Duncan, OHC Nurse Practitioner; Jones, Sara Peters and Tina Hughes.


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Oncology Hematology Care (OHC), a premier source of treatment for cancer and complex blood disorders, recently received a gift from ladies with the Leesburg United Methodist Church. Lydia Duncan and Tina Hughes stopped by the OHC office at 781 W. Locust St. in Wilmington with 20 gift bags for the chemotherapy patients. The bags contained blankets, activity books, snacks and candies for the patients to enjoy while they are at the office receiving their treatment. “This was such a wonderful surprise for our patients,” said Tiffany Jones, OHC nurse practitioner. “We are so grateful!” From left are: Lydia Duncan, OHC Nurse Practitioner; Jones, Sara Peters and Tina Hughes.

Oncology Hematology Care (OHC), a premier source of treatment for cancer and complex blood disorders, recently received a gift from ladies with the Leesburg United Methodist Church. Lydia Duncan and Tina Hughes stopped by the OHC office at 781 W. Locust St. in Wilmington with 20 gift bags for the chemotherapy patients. The bags contained blankets, activity books, snacks and candies for the patients to enjoy while they are at the office receiving their treatment. “This was such a wonderful surprise for our patients,” said Tiffany Jones, OHC nurse practitioner. “We are so grateful!” From left are: Lydia Duncan, OHC Nurse Practitioner; Jones, Sara Peters and Tina Hughes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_ladies-visit-wilmington.jpgOncology Hematology Care (OHC), a premier source of treatment for cancer and complex blood disorders, recently received a gift from ladies with the Leesburg United Methodist Church. Lydia Duncan and Tina Hughes stopped by the OHC office at 781 W. Locust St. in Wilmington with 20 gift bags for the chemotherapy patients. The bags contained blankets, activity books, snacks and candies for the patients to enjoy while they are at the office receiving their treatment. “This was such a wonderful surprise for our patients,” said Tiffany Jones, OHC nurse practitioner. “We are so grateful!” From left are: Lydia Duncan, OHC Nurse Practitioner; Jones, Sara Peters and Tina Hughes. Courtesy photo