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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

February 2014 - Heart health & cancer

Many people fighting cancer also suffer from heart conditions such as high blood pressure or heart disease. Learn about high blood pressure, a common side effect of some cancer treatments, and how state-of-the-art radiation therapy helps minimize radiation to the heart.

January 2014 - Head and neck cancer

Head and neck cancer patients often have more extensive needs than patients with other types of cancer. Learn about the importance of palliative care and an interdisciplinary care team to help patients manage side effects and maintain quality of life.

December 2013 - Approaching the New Year with cancer

The New Year is a time to reflect and make resolutions, but how does having cancer change one's outlook and plans? Learn about the impact on cancer patients and get advice on positive ways to approach the New Year.

November 2013 - Cancer is a family disease

Cancer impacts the entire family, not just the person who is diagnosed with the disease. Learn about common struggles families can face, and tips for overcoming these challenges.

October 2013 - Screening guidelines for breast cancer & prostate cancer

Screening for cancer is important because it can help you and your doctors catch cancer at an early stage, when the disease is more treatable. Learn about the latest screening guidelines for two common types of cancer: breast cancer and prostate cancer. Find out when women and men should start to be tested for these cancers, which tests they need and how often they should be tested.

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