Monthly Archives: July 2012

What happens when you wait to have breast reconstruction following mastectomy?

by Hannah Leatherbury, Education Contributor Perhaps you or someone you know has gotten one of the 78,000 mastectomies that are performed every year in the United States as part of a breast cancer treatment plan. Were you, or your loved … Continue reading

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What do CSC and a shoe company have in common?

Last week, I had lunch in San Francisco with Amie Garcia, co-CEO of Livie & Luca, a great shoe company with a particular dedication to creating a better world. Launched in 2005, Livie & Luca’s mission is to spread joy—something … Continue reading

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Eating well during cancer treatment

It’s important to make healthy food choices when living with cancer. Eating well during cancer treatment isn’t always easy, though. Depending on your type of cancer and type of treatment, among other factors, you may not always feel like eating … Continue reading

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CSC presents distress screening tool CancerSupportSource at NCCN Meeting

Cancer Support Community was honored to present information about one of our newest innovations, CancerSupportSource™ (CSS) at this year’s NCCN Academy for Excellence & Leadership in Oncology™ School of Pharmaceutical & Biotech Business. The session was the last in a … Continue reading

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Who to call when you need support

People call our hotline when they want to learn more about our services, get information on cancer-related anxiety and stress, receive over-the-phone counseling and even when they’re just having a bad day. After all, the cancer journey can be a … Continue reading

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