A Beacon of Light on Your Cancer Care Journey

EASTERN CONNECTICUT HEMATOLOGY & ONCOLOGY ASSOCIATES

Relay for Life

We were pleased to have a team representing ECHO at the recent 2021 Relay for Life. Our ECHO Angels, joined the crusade, one step at a time to raise money and show their support for the fight against cancer.

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Appreciating the Beauty in Life

We were honored to recently have one of our long-time patients share some of his artwork with us. Two of his painting now hang in our exam rooms. We love how he incorporated the lighthouse, a beacon of light, in […]

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Now Looking for Clinical Trial Participants

Are you age 50 and above, healthy, and looking to improve the future of cancer diagnosis? If so, we are looking for volunteers for a national clinical trial designed to identify biomarkers (tiny proteins) in blood to use for the […]

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Making Great Strides in Improving Cancer Care

Cancer diagnoses comprise some of the most common and devastating diseases in the United States; more than 1.6 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year in this country. In July 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) […]

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Join us for our May online advocacy event

Clinical trials represent the forefront of our knowledge in cancer care. Patients participating in these trials are receiving the best of the best in cancer treatment – and advancing our ability to fight cancer in the future. The popular perception […]

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Join us for our April online advocacy event

Cancer screenings save live. Breast, lung, colon, and other types of cancer can be detected through regular screenings, making it easier to treat before it becomes life-threatening. Hear from leading experts in this area and learn what efforts are underway […]

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Proud to Serve as a Center of Excellence

This March, ECHO was thrilled to be acknowledged by Pequot Health Care as a 2021 Center of Excellence. The award recognizes our outstanding leadership, dedication, and excellence. The award was presented by Dr. Setu Vora, Chief Medical Officer of the Mashantucket […]

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Join us for our March online advocacy event

What’s the second most common cause of cancer death in the US? Common answers include lung or breast cancer, but it’s actually a lesser discussed disease: colorectal cancer. Overall incidences of the disease are dropping, but cases are on the […]

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Join us for our January online advocacy event

Join the Community Oncology Alliance Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) for a virtual Advocacy Chat on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at 12 p.m. ET. Ted Okon, COA’s executive director, will provide insight into multiple hot topic policy issues impacting patient care […]

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