Category Archives: CSC Happenings

Realizing the importance of psychosocial care for cancer patients

by Melanie Sarver of the Cancer Support Community Young Leadership Council It wasn’t until my first Red Ball that I realized that psychosocial care for cancer patients was “a thing.”  On October 19, 2012, I will attend my fourth Cancer … Continue reading

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Why I joined the Cancer Support Community’s Young Leadership Council

This fall, members of our Young Leadership Council (YLC) will share their stories in a guest blogger series leading up to the YLC’s signature event, the Red Ball. The YLC is a group of young professionals who are advancing the … 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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CSC partners with pilot program Magnolia Meals at Home

Many cancer patients as well as their caregivers find that going through cancer treatment dramatically impacts their daily routines. Magnolia Meals at Home is a new pilot program that delivers free nutritional meals to households affected by breast cancer so … Continue reading

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CSC launches newest book at Gilda’s Club Chicago signing

Friends and supporters came out to celebrate CSC’s newest book—Reclaiming Your Life After a Cancer Diagnosis: The Cancer Support Community Handbook. CSC President & CEO, Kim Thiboldeaux joined our affiliate, Gilda’s Club Chicago, for an evening book signing to kick … Continue reading

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