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Rideout Press Releases

Cancer Center Support Group

Because the last thing one should feel during the cancer journey is alone!

The cancer journey can be very challenging. Why travel alone? A group of patients and families on the same road are meeting to share their feelings and experiences at the Cancer Center Support Group, every Thursday, from 11:30a-12:30p in the Library for Life at Rideout Cancer Center, 618 5th Street, Marysville.

In this open forum, moderated by cancer professionals, where personal struggles, practical suggestions and everyday triumphs find their voice.

For more information, call Christine Means, MSW, ASW, 530-749-4400 ext 1692.

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The staff at Rideout Cancer Center has adopted twelve families for Christmas.

In an effort to decrease the financial stress and anxiety of the holiday season, the staff at Rideout Cancer Center adopted twelve Cancer Center families for Christmas. The families were identified by Cancer Center staff as exemplary examples of love, hope, and strength.

The Rideout Cancer Center staff would like to thank the following businesses and organizations for their generous gifts, which have enabled us to bring twelve local families some Christmas cheer.

Our appreciation and thanks to:

  • Linda Fire Department
  • Luxe Salon Day Spa
  • Loma Rica Lions Club
  • Cookie Tree
  • Mind Body Oasis
  • Yuba City High School Faculty
  • Beale Air Force Squadron

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The Rideout Cancer Center invites the public to visit the Cancer Center lobby for cancer awareness and education.

Each month there is information on different cancers. People attending have the opportunity to win a prize by participating in an activity. Prizes were donated by these area businesses.

Thank you:

  • Yuba City Cinemark
  • Marysville Starbucks
  • BelAir

For more information about Rideout Cancer Support Groups and more, please visit