Cancer

Cancer Services for Women

When you’re going through a battle with cancer your entire life stops. Everything changes. Here at Lakeland we are committed to partnering with you every step of the way along your journey.

The most important part of treating any type of cancer is early detection. For women, Pap tests, clinical breast exams, and mammograms are important tools for early detection of disease.

 

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