Author Archives: Kim Thiboldeaux

How do patients define value in cancer care?

This week’s blog post is by Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO of the Cancer Support Community. This blog post also appears this month in the Huffington Post, and you can read more of Kim’s Huffington Post blog posts here. Warren Buffet once … Continue reading

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Upholding the ACA: Is it About the Politicians or the People?

This week’s blog is by Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO of the Cancer Support Community. This blog also appears today in the Huffington Post, and you can read more of Kim’s Huffington Post blogs here. As I have been reading and watching … Continue reading

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CSC’s distress screening tool featured in The Wall Street Journal

You may have seen the recent coverage of our distress screening tool, CancerSupportSource, in yesterday’s edition of The Wall Street Journal. In an article underlining new standards set by the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer, The Informed Patient columnist Laura Landro distinguishes the … 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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Cancer Support Community recognizes Supreme Court decision

Today the Supreme Court ruled to uphold the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), a decision that is especially important for people affected by cancer. Provisions under PPACA eliminate preexisting condition clauses and lifetime coverage gaps … Continue reading

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