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Legacy Salmon Creek aims to heal the soul amid cancer

New facility dedicated to ‘preserving the person’ after a diagnosis

By Nika Bartoo-Smith, Columbian staff reporter
Published: November 12, 2022, 6:00am
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Karen Beall of Ridgefield, left, chats in the art therapy room with Sue Hammann of Vancouver as Catherine Cotton, also of Vancouver, and art therapist Margaret Hartsook talk during a tour of the new Cancer Healing Center at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center.
Karen Beall of Ridgefield, left, chats in the art therapy room with Sue Hammann of Vancouver as Catherine Cotton, also of Vancouver, and art therapist Margaret Hartsook talk during a tour of the new Cancer Healing Center at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Legacy Salmon Creek opened the doors to its new Cancer Healing Center this spring, providing a space that offers holistic healing for people with a cancer diagnosis.

“You can treat cancer to the best of your ability and you can still leave people with so many pieces to pick up,” said Dr.

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