Frye To Host I Can Cope 
Tuesday, 16 March 2010 
Frye Regional Medical Center is proud to host the American Cancer Society’s cancer education program, I Can Cope. Classes for the spring session will be held from 6 – 8 p.m. on Tuesday evenings, beginning March 23 and running through April 13. Topics will include “Understanding Cancer and its Treatments,” “Keeping Well in Mind and Body,” “Managing the Side Effects of Illness and Treatment,” and “Mobilizing Resources and Support” and will be presented by area physicians and cancer support group leaders.

I Can Cope is free, but registration is required. Please call 828-315-3391 by March 19 to register. Light refreshments will be provided.       

I Can Cope is an educational program for people facing cancer – either personally, or as a friend or family caregiver – and can help dispel cancer myths by presenting straightforward information and answers to your cancer-related questions. For more information, visit For more information about other support services offered by the Cancer Center at Frye, call 828-315-3596.

Cancer Center

From state-of-the-art diagnostics to the newest laser-guided radiation treatments to pinpoint and destroy cancer cells, Frye’s cancer program combines the latest treatments with practical information and warm support to create a holistic approach to cancer care. Our passionate team of clinicians has created a nurturing environment in which cancer patients and their families receive not just the latest treatments but the information, support and encouragement they seek.

As an accredited comprehensive cancer center, patients benefit from the full spectrum of cancer treatments Frye offers. As part of the Frye family of services, patients are assured that the Cancer Center operates at clinical standards. For nearly one hundred years, Frye has focused on one goal - to provide the best care possible for every patient. Perhaps that’s why Cancer Center patients consistently give Frye the highest marks possible for quality and comfort.  Explore the road to recovery with Frye’s accredited Cancer Center at