What Is Scanxiety and How Can You Manage It?

The first time you read or hear it, “scanxiety” may look and sound like a funny word. However, when you are going through it, there is nothing funny about this very real condition. From the first MRI following ... Read more

Juggling Cancer and Career

Depending on the type of cancer you have, your treatment plan and the sort of work you do, maintaining your current work schedule and productivity level can be demanding, to say the least. Most of us cannot afford ... Read more

10 Tips for National Cancer Prevention Month

The American Cancer Society estimates that 1,688,780 people were newly diagnosed with cancer in 2017. While that number may seem staggering, the good news is the number of people who die from cancer continues to decline, thanks to treatment advances ... Read more

Thoughtful Gifts for Someone Newly Diagnosed

When someone important to you is newly diagnosed with cancer, you want to reach out, to show how much you care and to provide support. Gifts and cards are a thoughtful and tangible way to display these sentiments ... Read more

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