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4th annual students who care essay contest

The following news release was provided by First Coast Oncology

JACKSONVILLE, September 4, 2012 – Scot Ackerman, MD, Medical Director of First Coast Oncology, announces this year’s topic for the Students Who Care Essay Contest. High School students from Duval and Nassau counties can enter for a chance to win a laptop in reward for their good deeds.

 Every day good deeds go unnoticed and often unrewarded. This contest supports the children in our community and encourages them to make the right choices.

 “I believe that children deserve assistance and encouragement when it comes to making the right choices. They also deserve reinforcement in determining a course of action to responsibly achieve their goals,” says Dr. Scot Ackerman.

 One winner will be selected from each county and awarded a MacBook at a school assembly in front of their peers. 

 For more information about the essay contest, including this year’s topic, visit www.FirstCoastOncology.com or contact the Director of Communications, Michele Katz, at (904) 880-5522. The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2012. Essays can be submitted directly online at the web address listed above.

 First Coast Oncology’s mission is to be the first resource in Northeast Florida where cancer patients turn when diagnosed with any type of cancer. First Coast Oncology provides our patients with the most advanced radiation oncology treatment available for cancer, in a compassionate and respectful environment. First Coast Oncology consists of a highly trained staff of Radiation Oncologists and medical professionals who specialize in the most advanced oncology therapies in an effort to provide care the surpasses other providers in Northeast Florida. With three locations, patients have access to the highest level of care available to treat all types of cancer. 

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