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Swinging to Success!

It was a beautiful day and great turn-out for the Second Annual Suzette Strickland Golf tournament. The event, held on September 15th, raised $18,500 to support the extraordinary work of the ECHO Cancer Foundation! 100% of the proceeds go to the […]

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Thank You Jolly John

We were honored to attend the 11th Annual Jolly John’s Keep You Truckin’ event on September 16th. Jolly John’s Keep you Truckin’ Fund was established in 2012 to provide financial relief to cancer patients in Eastern Connecticut. They have been […]

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Gaining Strength after Breast Cancer

ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation invites you to join them for the upcoming session in the Living Well Beyond Cancer Survivor Series on Tuesday, October 10 from 2 – 3 p.m. EST. ReVital certified educator Christy Thornton will host a discussion about […]

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What to Know About Health Insurance

A lot of patients have questions about insurance coverage, cost, and how to choose the best plan for them. On Wednesday, September 13th, COA’s Director of Patient Advocacy and Education Rose Gerber, MS, and Kathy Oubre, Chief Executive Officer at Pontchartrain Cancer […]

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Stay Tuned for Office Remodel

ECHO is committed to continuous improvement. You deserve state-of-the-art care in a state-of-the-art setting. We look forward to sharing our new and improved environment with you. Thank you for your patience!

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Now Hiring for a Dispensary Technician

Now hiring for a Dispensary Technician. Join our team and play a key role in our onsite medical dispensary. Click here to apply and to learn more about the role. Some of key responsibilities include: Click here to apply.

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Looking for Healthy Volunteers for a Clinical Trial

Clinical trials help inform our understanding of cancer and improve prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and care.They play a significant role in the development of innovative and potentially life-saving therapies.  There are many new exciting clinical trials on the horizon. Trials may be […]

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ECHO Women’s Cancer Support Group

This year we created an ECHO Women’s Cancer Support Group. The focus of this group is to create a space safe to come together, share your story, learn new coping skills, and find out about resources that may help you […]

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No longer enforcing masks in the office

We will no longer enforce wearing of masks by patients and staff in our office. However, we do still encourage mask usage, especially if a patient is immunocompromised in which case the patient and team will remain masked. If you […]

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