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Crystal Lane was 26 years old and the primary caregiver for her then 10-month-old daughter and 15-year-old brother when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2012. After losing her parents to cancer, she served as her brother’s caretaker and was unaware of the impact her family’s health history was about to have on her life.
It’s a staple of television medical dramas – health care professionals stepping in to provide potentially life-saving treatment to a person in need, a person with no other hope. For a Department of Public Health (DPH) dental team that story line became reality.
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- Adam Doss, DMD, provided dental care that patient with throat cancer needed in order to receive radiation therapy. t.co/GzFutGs5HU
- Georgia CAPUS can help increase the number of Georgians who are engaged & retained in care via a new online resource. t.co/2g66k0z0kI