Ashland Bellefonte Cancer Center

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Important Notice to Patients Regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak


We remain OPEN to provide care for our patients. For the health of our patients, we are asking for patients to come to their appointments alone, if possible. We are also checking all patients’ temperatures when entering our clinic.

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Cancer is the growth of abnormal cells in a part of the body that begin to grow out of control. There are many different types of cancers but this is how they all begin. Healthy normal body cells grow, divide, and die. The early years of a person’s life the normal cells will divide rapidly until the person reaches adulthood. During adulthood cells in most parts of the body will divide in order to only replace worn-out, dying, or to repair injuries. Cancer cells are different from normal healthy cells because they continue to grow and divide. Cancer cells do not die; they outlive the normal cells and will continue to form new abnormal cells.

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Family Medical Centers of Lawrence County, OHOPEN NOW until 6pm: testing is available free of charge.

• October 21 – Pick N Save Parking Lot – 1113 Ironton Hills, Ironton, Ohio

T he Ironton-Lawrence County Area Community Action Organization (ILCAO) Family Medical Centers has partnered with the Ohio National Guard to provide COVID-19 drive-up testing.

Testing results normally take two-three days and will be accessible to individuals via an online portal when the results are final. Assistance will be provided for those unable to access the portal due to lack of devices and/or Internet availability.

For more information on dates of testing, please call 1-888-217-2202.

Gary Roberts, Family Medical Centers’ Director of Operations, stated, “We are very pleased to collaborate with the National Guard, Ohio University Southern, the Proctorville Fair Ground, and the local Pick N Save to bring this much-needed testing to our community. This kind of cooperative testing and tracing is a key factor in helping to battle this virus,” he continued.
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