• A Little ‘Me Time’ is Time Well Spent During Cancer Treatments

    April 13, 2015
    When it comes to cancer the old saying that the cure is worse than the disease oftentimes fits. After all, surgery, radiation and chemotherapy treatments are grueling and they can take their toll on the body, mind and spirit. Since maintaining a positive attitude in the face of it all is important for battling this disease and so more
  • General Cancer Symptoms Everyone Should Know About

    March 31, 2015
    The American Cancer Society estimates more than 1.6 million people in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer in 2015. While the types of cancer may vary, the reality is all cancers combined lead to an estimated 589,000 deaths in America each and every year. Early detection is critical for bringing those numbers down. While routine screenings more
  • Talking to Your Doctor About Recurrence

    March 13, 2015
    Cancer diagnosis begins a whirlwind journey in which the patient is focused on eradicating disease, prolonging life, and improving quality of life. The goal is always to reclaim health and we will do anything that we have to do to achieve that goal. Recurrence of cancer is not something that we think about in the beginning; we are more
  • Symptoms That Women Should Pay Attention To

    March 3, 2015
    Unless we are completely and totally focused on cancer - which is not, of course, at all healthy - chances are that we are not wondering if each and every thing that we experience on a daily basis is somehow connected to cancer. No one wants to spend their life consumed with the potential for illness and hypochondria more
  • Cancer and Anxiety

    February 16, 2015
    There are so many emotions that come along with a cancer diagnosis. Obviously someone who has been diagnosed with cancer feels scared of what is to come and overwhelmed with all the information coming at them all at once. As time moves on and a treatment plan is put in place and implemented, you will find that you more
  • Listening to Your Body During Cancer Treatment

    January 29, 2015
    Cancer treatment can be exhausting for a variety of reasons. There is both the physical and emotional burden of trying to tackle the disease and continue with a life that seems to have been forever altered. Women especially often feel a tremendous pressure to stay in their schedule - juggling home, work, and sometimes children with their cancer more
  • Making Time for Yourself

    January 13, 2015
    Receiving a cancer diagnosis is certainly scary. But for many people not knowing at all is better than hearing news they are not prepared to hear. As a result, there are many people who put off going to the doctor for necessary screenings and tests because they are terrified that the doctor will find something. In the end, more
  • Find the Best Oncologist

    December 26, 2014
    When there’s a very important job at hand, it must be won. Qualified applicants submit their credentials to the decision makers and, if they are chosen as a result, participate in an interview that allows them to relate their experience and attributes to the hiring party. If we know that we’re the best fit for the job, we more
  • The Organized Cancer Patient

    December 15, 2014
    There is an awful lot of feeling out of control when you are diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly your body doesn’t seem like your own and things are happening to you that you are not able to stop or slow down. Your life is suddenly taken over with doctors appointments, tests, and treatment procedures that were previously nowhere in more
  • Understanding Comprehensive Cancer Care

    November 26, 2014
    When it comes to cancer care, the word “comprehensive” is thrown around quite a bit. It has come to be synonymous with excellence in care - interchangeable with superior cancer treatment. But what does comprehensive cancer care really mean? And why is it so important? In the case of cancer care, comprehensive care means - or should mean - more

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