A Face of RCC

Your work is beyond appreciated by our entire family

RCC staff, doctors and nurses: There are truly no words that express how grateful we are for the work that you do. Over the past 10 years we have been blessed with your skill, kind words, positive attitude, and caring expertise.

How could cancer be in a body this strong?

Like most patients Trill Dreistadt was surprised by her cancer diagnosis. Trill’s family history, lifestyle and health status certainly did not lead logically to the path her breast cancer led her down. Her passion for running, competition and an active lifestyle left her wondering “how could cancer be in a body this strong?”

Looking for the best way

Doug Dunbar is a mechanical engineer. “By nature I go about looking for the best way to solve problems,” he says. “That’s why I sought out a second opinion.” Doug’s second opinion confirmed his choice of RCC for his cancer care.

Diagnosed with Stage III Colorectal Cancer at 35

“I was 35 years old when I was diagnosed with stage III colorectal cancer,” says Angela Janosky. Now 38, Angela has also battled breast cancer, cervical cancer, and a second round — this time stage IV — of colorectal cancer.