Category Archives: Treatment

New CSC tools designed to help people with metastatic skin cancers

Whether it’s a quick beach getaway to escape the snow or an upcoming spring break, long gone are the days of basking in the sun without a care. As science and epidemiology have evolved, we are now all too aware … Continue reading

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Parenting with cancer

A cancer diagnosis can be the beginning of a new, difficult journey. Those with cancer must deal with a wide range of new issues, from treatment to the effects the diagnosis has on their children. An often overlooked group that … Continue reading

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New Year’s resolutions for people living with cancer

New Year’s resolutions are tricky. It’s hard to break old habits and start new ones—so when you don’t have a strategy, lofty resolutions often end up falling flat. If you’re living with cancer and are trying to live healthier in … Continue reading

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I’m not SHOUTING – I just want my voice to be heard

Guest blogger, Kay Johnson, CML survivor You’re used to making decisions. You multi-task while leading others in your job. Suddenly, you’re being told the decisions; you’re excruciatingly tired and weak; you can barely decide what to have for dinner. That … Continue reading

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August is health literacy month

When diagnosed with cancer, you hear many different medical terms. At first these terms seem like alphabet soup or a long-ago algebra problem. Navigating the world of cancer care and its terminology is a daunting task for anyone. Heath literacy … Continue reading

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