Column: A Healthy You

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A Healthy You. That’s our goal with a new twice-monthly column written by Cindy Gates, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian and the Cancer Center’s Oncology dietitian, herbalist and Certified Wellness Coach. The column, A Healthy You, appears on this web site twice monthly and will occasionally be featured in our newsletter. Find recent columns by […]

Patient Portals

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  Within our Patient Portals, patients can receive and organize their medical information, understand and stay informed about their care, and track their health to partner with their doctor. Click one of the buttons below to login to your Patient Portal

Giving

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When you give a gift to the June E. Nylen Cancer Center, you not only make a donation you make a genuine difference in someone’s life by ensuring that outstanding cancer care will continue to be provided to your friends and family who live and work in our community. Contributions given “in memory of” or […]

Recent News:

Race For Hope Announces Ambassador

  20 Year Anniversary for the Race For Hope   The 20 year anniversary and celebration of the annual Siouxland Race For Hope is scheduled for Saturday September 17, 2016 at Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve in McCook Lake, SD. It is expected to draw hundreds of people and is one of the largest events […]

Primary care visits result in more colon cancer screening, better followups

Dr. Ethan Halm is Director of UT Southwestern’s Center for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research and a member of the Simmons Cancer Center. Credit: UT Southwestern   Many accountable care organizations are using ‘population outreach’ approaches to promote cancer screening without a primary care provider visit, while other groups have questioned whether patients need to have annual […]

Cook for Your Life When you have cancer, cooking isn’t just about healthy eating. I love to cook, and I live to eat. Two cancer diagnoses couldn’t put a dent in that, but they did get me thinking about food. When you have cancer, cooking isn’t just about healthy eating; it is also about feelings, […]

How we serve you:

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    Siouxland Race For Hope September 17, 2016

    Record breaking crowd and funds raised in 2015! We had 1,114 registered participants and over 300 spectators raising $64,754 making 2015 the biggest race ever. Thank you!

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    Mission

    The June E. Nylen Cancer Center is Siouxland’s Center for Hope and Healing. Our mission is to provide the highest quality, compassionate cancer care through prevention, treatment and research for the people of Siouxland. Want to know more about how we serve you? From our caring staff and physicians to our comprehensive services and treatment […]

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    Physicians

    The June E. Nylen Cancer Center has a caring and capable medical staff, dedicated to providing personal care to their patients. Below are the biographies outlining their extensive educations, past experiences, as well as memberships in a variety of cancer-related organizations. Medical Oncology Hematology The physicians of Medical Oncology Hematology have been providing expert medical […]

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    Awareness

    Everyone knows the pink ribbon promotes awareness of breast cancer. But what about burgundy, lime green and black ribbons? A new awareness campaign – “Circle of Hope” – is aimed at helping bring recognition to a rainbow of cancers that patients struggle with every day. Natalie Krohn’s affliction is rarely recognized, and she set out […]

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Sioux City, IA 51101
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June E. Nylen Cancer Center is a non-profit organization, locally owned by UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's and Mercy Medical Center - Sioux City.