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Cancer Center Newsletter

We understand how overwhelming it can be when you or your loved one is coping with cancer.

The Cancer Center Newsletter was developed to ease some of the burden of this "information overload," by featuring various topics in an easy-to-understand format.

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Past Newsletters

January 2009 - Coping with advanced cancer

If you or a loved one has advanced cancer, many new questions and concerns arise. One of the biggest challenges during this time is uncertainty about what’s ahead. It helps to understand advanced cancer, the options available, and ways to cope.

December 2008 - Caregiving during the holidays

The holiday season is typically a time of traditions, celebrations and renewed connections with relatives and friends. It can also be a demanding time of family obligations and stress. If you have a loved one with cancer, the holidays become even more complicated.

November 2008 - Talking with children about cancer

Cancer doesn’t just impact one person, it impacts an entire family. If you have children, your natural instinct may be to protect them from the news of your diagnosis. Yet, cancer is not something you can easily hide, nor should you do so.

October 2008 - Lymphedema

Lymphedema is a condition in which excess lymphatic fluid collects in the interstitial tissue, causing swelling in specific areas of the body, usually in the arms or legs. Fortunately, with proper care and treatment, lymphedema may be prevented or controlled.

September 2008 - Radiation-induced skin reactions

If you notice changes to your skin during or after radiation therapy, you are not alone. One common side effect of radiation therapy is skin irritation, such as redness or sensitivity, in the treated area. These and other changes can be uncomfortable and upsetting.