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Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Empowering listeners to live well with cancer

From the Affordable Care Act, to finding the silver linings in cancer, to playing video games, it has been an exciting time to tune in Frankly Speaking About Cancer. Hosted by Kim Thiboldeaux, CSC’s President and CEO, and airing every … 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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Navigating cancer drug shortages

Drug Shortages continue to affect the health care industry, particularly the cancer community, with the problem expected to worsen this year.  These shortages include antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs used by those currently living with cancer and longer term cancer survivors. According … Continue reading

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There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal — especially one to help a friend!

Have you ever wanted to help a friend living with cancer but weren’t sure how? MealTrain.com SM is a free, easy to use online calendar that allows caregivers and friends to schedule and organize the delivery of home-cooked meals to … Continue reading

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In recognition of breast cancer awareness month

Each year, 1 in 8 U.S. women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and about 1 in 1000 U.S. men are diagnosed. During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to ensure that everyone touched by cancer knows about all of … Continue reading

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