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St. Luke’s builds overnight accommodations for cancer patients in Fruitland
By: Teya VituJuly 19, 2018Comments Off on St. Luke’s builds overnight accommodations for cancer patients in Fruitland
Backed by $1 million in donations, St. Luke’s Health System will build a 5,235-square-foot respite house in Fruitland for cancer patients traveling from hundreds of miles away for radiation treatment.
The $1.6 million respite house will have four guest rooms with bathrooms for patients and families. The house also will have a living area, two kitchens, ...
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