Cancer Treatment Centers of America

December 2013 - Approaching the New Year with cancer

  Issue #86, December 2013      
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Advice for patients in the New Year

The New Year is a time when many of us refocus. We look back on the passing year and resolve to change some aspect of our lives for the better. But how does having cancer—or having a loved one who has cancer—impact how we approach the New Year?

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Survivors share their plans for 2014

Wayne Reeder, a survivor of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and Jeana Churchill, a survivor of pancreatic cancer, are taking on new challenges in the New Year.

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Recipe of the Month
Recipe of the Month

Looking for salad that will wow your guests? Try this recipe for apples filled with wheat berry salad.


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