Cheryl Stevens recounts her first meeting with Dr. Stephen Lemon and his support during her journey with breast cancer. She never realized how her initial diagnosis with cancer would lead to her building a foundation that would use humor to help other cancer patients through their journeys with cancer.
Here’s a fun video to highlight safety best practices for patients & oncology staff at the Overlake Cancer Center in Bellevue. With medical oncologist Dr. Stephen Lemon + #TeamOverlake About the Safety Video And the winner is…the Overlake Medical Center & Clinics Cancer team, who took the #Oscar for the #Overlake safety video competition, which …
Stage 4 breast cancer survivor DeDra Robb sings “My Church” by Maren Morris for this version of carpool karaoke with oncologist Dr. Stephen Lemon and singer Kiana Meradith.
A group of cancer patients and oncology staff give cancer a run for the money is this music parody of Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO. When it comes to the cancer journey, there is strength in numbers.
Stage2 male breast cancer survivor Michael Catherwood sings Wagon Wheel by Old Crow Medicine Show with oncologist Dr. Stephen Lemon and singer Kiana Meradith, who lent her vocal and guitar skills to the ride along.
Thank you to all my incredible patients and their families, and to my wonderful staff and colleagues. It was truly an honor to be a part of your lives these last 22 years of cancer care in Nebraska. I have celebrated our successes and mourned our losses. I have tried to take the fear out of a #cancer diagnosis, while also providing state of the art treatment with a lighter side of care. Together we will have the last word on cancer, as well as some laughter along the way. This isn’t goodbye, this is to be continued…
Omaha oncologist Stephen Lemon MD accepts the challenge and cools off for a good cause – the ALS #icebucket challenge. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The ALS Association leads the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide awareness.
In this Thrift Shop parody, cancer survivors and staff join together to rap about getting through cancer treatment and finding a cure to end cancer.
Here’s a video about the Overlake Cancer Center as part of the employee giving campaign for the Overlake Medical Center Foundation. Go #TeamOverlake!