186 Posts

Staying safe

April 29, 2021

Cancer treatment: 5 common health and safety risks

It’s important to be educated about health and safety risks that could cause delays to your treatment and affect your quality of life.

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Self image

April 27, 2021

Taking control of your body image after cancer

More than half of all cancer patients struggle with body image at some point in their cancer journey.

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Prostate cancer

April 13, 2021

Having prostate cancer doesn’t mean your sex life is over

There may be options for prostate cancer patients and survivors to help them preserve or regain sexual function during and after treatment.

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Athletes with cancer

April 6, 2021

Athletes with cancer often inspire with stories of survival

Young professional athletes diagnosed with cancer today are inspiring others by battling back and not only surviving, but thriving in their sport.

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March 2, 2021

Can cholesterol-lowering statins also cut cancer risk?

Statins are not prescribed to lower cancer risk, but may prove to be an added benefit for the millions of Americans who take them to manage their cholesterol levels.

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February 11, 2021

Overcoming physical and emotional roadblocks to intimacy after breast cancer

There are a host of reasons for why and how women’s feelings about sex and intimacy may change following a breast cancer diagnosis.

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February 9, 2021

Obesity and cancer: Increasing risks, complicating treatments

Obesity may raise the risk for many diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke and at least 13 different types of cancer.

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Talk to your kids about cancer

January 25, 2021

How to talk to your children about cancer

It may be tempting to try to avoid talking to your children about cancer. But, it’s also important not to treat cancer as a family secret.

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Spiritual support

January 22, 2021

Spiritual support may comfort patients of faith during a difficult cancer journey

Nurturing your spiritual well-being during cancer care may help you better cope with the disease.

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