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Hosted by Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO, Cancer Support Community

Tune in Tuesday afternoons for Frankly Speaking About Cancer, an internet radio broadcast empowering listeners to live well with cancer. Hosted by Kim Thiboldeaux, CSC’s President & CEO, the show invites medical experts, opinion leaders, authors, caregivers and survivors to share information and advice on how to live a better life with cancer.

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Lifting the Fog of Chemo Brain

Chemo brain can have a significant impact on quality of life. Hear experts explain this phenomenon, how it can impact your life, how the brain works and what treatments can help.

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Healthcare professionals who experience death on a regular and continuous basis can experience “bereavement overload” that can lead to burnout and even post-traumatic stress reactions.

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Lung cancer and cervical cancerse are still topics that people seem to avoid talking about, even stigmatizing those who've been diagnosed with these cancers.

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As summer approaches, people may ask about summer vacation plans. For families facing a cancer diagnosis, a vacation may be the furthest thing from their minds. But maybe it shouldn’t be.

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Broadcaster Joan Lunden and Amy Berman, a senior program officer at the John A. Hartford Foundation, talk about the power of the cancer patient experience.

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Diagnosed with stage III stomach cancer in 2005, chef Hans Rueffert overcame great odds to survive cancer. He is the author of Eat Like There’s No Tomorrow.

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