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Vicki L. McClelland

Regional Cancer Control Manager

American Cancer Society Inc

HQ Phone: (800) 227-2345

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American Cancer Society Inc

250 Williams Street Nw

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

United States

Company Description

The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of more than three million volunteers saving lives and fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community. As the largest voluntary health organization, the Society's efforts ... more

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Executive Director

Free Medical Clinic

Affiliations

Board Member
Blue Ridge Hospice

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Times Community Newspapers

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Free medical clinic: On her first day as the executive director of the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, Vicki McClelland will be all ears.

"On my first day, May 10, I look forward to meeting the staff and listening to what is important to them and their priorities," said McClelland."I'm excited about the opportunity to represent the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, and I look forward to working together with business partners, volunteers and staff to build a healthier community."
As executive director, McClelland will assume all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the clinic, including recruiting, training, coordinating scheduling and supervising paid and volunteer staff.
McClelland is currently serving as the regional cancer control manager with the American Cancer Society, South-Atlantic division in Winchester.


Times Community Newspapers

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On her first day as the executive director of the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, Vicki McClelland will be all ears.

"On my first day, May 10, I look forward to meeting the staff and listening to what is important to them and their priorities," said McClelland."I'm excited about the opportunity to represent the Free Medical Clinic of Northern Shenandoah Valley, and I look forward to working together with business partners, volunteers and staff to build a healthier community."
As executive director, McClelland will assume all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the clinic, including recruiting, training, coordinating scheduling and supervising paid and volunteer staff.
McClelland is currently serving as the regional cancer control manager with the American Cancer Society, South-Atlantic division in Winchester.


BRH: Events

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Radio Guest: Vicky McClellandWZRV-FM 95.3 and WFTR-AM 1450, 12:30 PM-1:00 PM; Our guest is Vicky McClelland, Control Manager, American Cancer Society.


The Winchester Star-Women Meet To Fight Cancer

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"Two hundred thousand women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year," said Vicki McClelland of the American Cancer Society."Forty thousand will die."

McClelland was enlisting helpers to lower those numbers by passing the word that early detection is important.
If the cancer has not spread beyond the breast when it is found, McClelland said, "96 percent survive."
Ten breast cancer survivors attended the tea.
October is breast cancer awareness month, McClelland said and recent articles about breast self-examination and false positive mammograms may have turned some women off to these two tools to early cancer detection.
The ACS has not changed its mind about the importance of both, coupled with annual clinical breast exams.
"It's still important.We urge you to do all three," McClelland said."We don't want to do nothing.We want to fight with what we have available today."
McClelland had some education tools with her at Duncan Memorial Methodist Church's parish hall Saturday.While picking up finger foods, the women saw a breast model with five hidden lumps, and learned how to do breast self-exams.
The important thing, McClelland said, was "learn what's normal for you."
McClelland said the ACS has set a goal to reduce cancer mortality by 50 percent by 2015 and reduce the incidence of cancer by 25 percent.
To do that will require a lot of education and the women attending the "In the Pink" tea were asked to join that effort.
The Tell A Friend program asks women to contact five friends to encourage them to have mammograms.The women follow up with reminders, offer to accompany their friends for the tests and offer information on the tests, and how to go about getting one.
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"We have a job to do in our community," McClelland told them, "and we can do it."
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The Winchester Star-‘In the Pink’ Tea Set

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Guest speakers at the tea will be Judy Eggelston, of Healthy Beginnings, whose topic will be "Knowing Your Body," and Vicki McClellan, of the American Cancer Society, who will discuss the Tell-a-Friend program.

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