Bill Still was 61 when cancer struck the first time, in 2003 in his prostate. Four years later, cancer came again. This time, it was rectal cancer.
In the four years between his two battles with cancer, the Hampton resident noticed a difference in the way his care was delivered … [O]ver the last few years, hospitals have added an array of tools to diagnose and treat cancer and have improved the process with navigators, services such as yoga and massage therapy and teams to examine individual cancer cases.
—Daily Press, Newport News, Virginia, April 18, 2010