Archives: September 2014

  • Are You at Risk for Colorectal Cancer?

    September 30, 2014
    Colorectal cancer is the third most common form of this disease. Like many other forms of cancer, this type can be quite successfully fought and won, but the key is detecting it early and acting quickly to stop the disease in its tracks. The American Cancer Society estimates more than 100,000 new cases of this disease are diagnosed annually. It’ more
  • Why You Should Insist on Good Communication with Your Oncology Team

    September 12, 2014
    Fighting cancer is a very personal battle, but it’s one where a lot of players take part. Everyone around you, from your family members and doctors to others on your treatment team all play a role. The closer you work together as you go through treatments and put yourself on the road to recovery, the more likely it more
  • Support for Cancer Caregivers

    September 3, 2014
    Cancer, as an individual battle, is a challenge to be sure. But watching someone you love go through cancer can be terrifying. You want to do everything you can to support them in every way; but when you’re struggling with your own emotions - fear, anger, confusion, etc. - it becomes very challenging to be fully present for more
  • Tips for Asking Your Doctor About Alternative Cancer Treatments

    If the diagnosis is cancer, chances are you and your doctor want to take a pretty aggressive approach to remove it and make sure it’s gone for good. That’s wise, however, there are sometimes when the more aggressive approach is more aggressive than necessary for the condition at hand. There are procedures in some cases that can preserve more

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