SCC’s 2017 Survivor Celebration Night

SCC’s 2017 Survivor Celebration Night Celebrating Cancer Survivors Within Our Community SCC and the Mobile BayBears Celebrate National Cancer Survivor Month Time to Play Ball! SCC Takes Over the Ballpark It’s June which means it’s time to celebrate National Cancer...

Warning Signs of Melanoma

As the summer months approach, they bring the excitement of spending a lot of time outdoors. While everyone loves their backyard BBQs and beach trips, these sun-soaked activities often put your skin at risk for UV exposure. It’s important to be aware of any UV...

SCC Celebrates Our Wonderful Oncology Nurses!

“As a nurse, we have the opportunity to heal the heart, mind, soul and body of our patients, their families and ourselves. They may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” –Maya Angelou From administering treatments and...

Major Clinical Trials Right Here at SCC

At Southern Cancer Center not only are we treating cancer, but also actively defeating cancer through our participation in clinical trials. We understand that each patient requires individualized care and our oncologists, clinical staff and research team are proud to...

Being Sun Smart: Tips to Protect Your Skin this Summer

From premature aging of the skin, to sunburns that can ruin your beach trip, we all know that too much sunlight is bad news. Skin protection is important year-round, but sunscreen should definitely be at the top of your grocery list during the spring and summer months...

Black Out Cancer Ball

On March 31st, SCC nurse practitioner, Skyler Sherrell, was honored at the American Cancer Society’s annual “Black Out Cancer Ball” event at the Fairhope Civic Center. Honorees were chosen for their contributions and dedication to the fight against...

Bayou La Batre Health Fair

On April 1st, SCC participated in a town Health Fair at the Community Center in Bayou La Batre. The event had well over 150 attendees and about 30 vendors. Thanks for letting us join the event, and thanks to Providence Cancer Center for sharing a table with...

Get the Facts on Colon Cancer Awareness

It is no secret that people often dread colonoscopies. They are uncomfortable, involve inconvenient preparation, and require anesthesia. What most people don’t know is that colon cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths, despite the fact that it is...

Colon Health Event

SCC joined forces with Providence Hospital Cancer Center to host this educational event at the Saraland Civic Center on March 22nd. Nearly 30 attendees heard Dr. Angel speak about the warning signs and the importance of early detection, then attendees visited a number...

Springhill Wears Blue for Colon Cancer

Staff at our Springhill office wearing their blue to support Colon Cancer Awareness Month. An estimated 135,000 people will be diagnosed with Colon Cancer this year. Prevention and early detection is the key to fighting this...