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Hope: What Motivates Us to Go Forward

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

"By definition," Lillie Shockney says, "hope is something in the future, something that motivates us to go forward in some manner. When someone is facing cancer, it's important from the outset to learn what that person's life goals and hopes are and to think about whether these hopes can be fulfilled. Are they realistic? Sometimes, you have to step back and take a different path."

Be Here Now: A Q&A with Director Lilibet Foster

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

This week's blog post is a Q&A with Academy Award nominee Lilibet Foster. Lilibet is the director of the documentary film Be Here Now (The Andy Whitfield Story), released this Spring. Be Here Now follows the story of actor Andy Whitfield, his wife Vashti and their family as they embrace life rather than fear after Andy is diagnosed with cancer. Watch the trailer here, and learn more about how you can screen the film in your community here.

A Q&A with Broadway's Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley: Part 3

Friday, April 8, 2016

This week’s blog post is part 3 in a Q&A series with Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. Marin and Jason will be honored with the Founders Award for Empowerment at CSC’s Spring Celebration next Thursday.

A Q&A with Broadway's Marin Mazzie & Jason Danieley: Part 2

Thursday, April 7, 2016

This week’s blog post is part 2 in a Q&A series with Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. Marin and Jason will be honored with the Founders Award for Empowerment at CSC’s Spring Celebration next Thursday.

A Q&A with Broadway's Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley: Part 1

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

This week’s blog post is part 1 in a Q&A series with Broadway stars and couple Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. Marin and Jason will be honored with the Founders Award for Empowerment at CSC’s Spring Celebration next Thursday.

Exploring Health Disparities in Cancer-Related Distress

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Anyone who faces a cancer diagnosis is at risk for experiencing an elevated risk of distress. A study by the Cancer Experience Registry of the Cancer Support Community provides convincing evidence that culture can have a powerful impact on the type and degree of that distress.

The Caregiver's Perspective

Thursday, March 3, 2016

This week’s blog post is from the Cancer Experience Registry February newsletter. This newsletter focused on the cancer experience from the caregiver’s perspective.

When it’s Time for a Second Opinion

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Hearing you have cancer can be shocking. And it’s perfectly reasonable to want to take action and begin treatment right away. However, taking your time can have several advantages, including having the opportunity to evaluate options and seek other opinions.

What President Carter’s Announcement Teaches Us about Immunotherapy

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

This week, President Jimmy Carter announced he has been declared N.E.D (No Evidence of Disease) after undergoing treatment for metastatic melanoma, which was diagnosed in August of this year. President Carter credits this happy announcement to an immunotherapy treatment he received. Immunotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses the body’s own immune system to control cancer. Here’s what we know about this exciting new treatment option and how it works.

Understanding the Prostate Cancer Experience

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

It seems to be accepted as “fact” that men with prostate cancer don’t want to talk about their condition. Everyone knows that guys don’t want or need emotional support—that they usually choose to go it alone. But…is that really true?

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