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Forgiveness

December 28, 2020

Learning to forgive is good for your soul, your heart and your health

Moving on from a painful situation frees your mind and may heal your heart, literally and figuratively.

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Navigating the holidays

December 21, 2020

Navigating the Holidays: 5 Things Cancer Patients Wish You Knew

The Rev. Percy McCray shares what those who have fought or are fighting cancer would like for you to know about cancer and the holidays.

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Feeling good

December 18, 2020

7 ways to help feel good when you don’t feel well

Sometimes, it's important to find ways to help feel good emotionally, even if you don’t feel well physically.

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Cancer and fertility

December 14, 2020

Having cancer doesn’t mean you can’t have children

There are a variety of options to preserve fertility for individuals affected by cancer who wish to have children.

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Veterans

November 11, 2020

Veterans often turn to military experience to help battle cancer

Veterans often summon the strength, determination and skills they learned in the military to help fight cancer.

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Talking to a loved one about cancer

March 3, 2020

10 tips for talking to a loved one with cancer

When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it’s normal to feel unprepared and unsure about how to react.

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Stress

January 2, 2020

How stress affects your health

Cancer patients not only contend with the stress of everyday life, they also face worries associated with a diagnosis, the challenges of treatment, and fear of recurrence. It’s important to find healthy coping strategies, as prolonged stress can take a toll on your overall health.

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A healthy sex life after cancer

December 18, 2019

Keeping a healthy sex life after cancer treatment

Changes in sexual function or libido for both sexes most often come as a result of cancer treatment. Learn more.

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Breast cancer

December 13, 2019

Breast cancer gives oncologist insights into patient journey

Dr. Karen Smorowski says her experiences as a breast cancer patient have greatly impacted how she relates to patients. “My journey has taught me even more compassion and empathy, and how important it is to actually listen to the patient and what they’re experiencing,” she says.

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