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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

August 2007 - Spirituality

It is not uncommon to experience spiritual distress during times of illness, such as cancer. Aside from the physical and emotional side of cancer, it is also important to address the spiritual dimension of the disease. Spirituality can be a source of peace, purpose, support and connectedness to others.

July 2007 - Mind-body medicine

Just as it is important to address the disease itself, your mind and spirit are also in need of care. Addressing your psychological well-being may help you feel more relaxed and in control, cope better during your treatment regime, and enjoy a better quality of life.

June 2007 - Patient empowerment

Becoming an empowered cancer survivor means taking an active role in your cancer care. It means taking back the power that cancer has tried to take away. It means you become your own advocate for your health and your life.

May 2007 - Self-image and cancer

A positive self-image is important, particularly during times of illness, when we tend to feel less good about ourselves. Cancer and cancer treatment may cause changes to your physical appearance, some temporary, some permanent, which can impact your self-esteem.

April 2007 - Pain management

Pain is subjective. It affects each person differently, depending upon factors such as age, personality, perception, pain threshold and past experiences with pain. If you have cancer, it does not necessarily mean you will have pain. However, if you do experience pain, it should be acknowledged.

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