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Read January 20, 2022

Life After Cancer Treatment: 4 Tips to Create a New Normal

After your cancer treatment is over, going back to “normal” may not feel like an option. The physical and emotional toll your mind and body went through during treatment may leave you with lingering side effects. We share 4 tips to help you create and embrace your new normal.
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Read November 30, 2021

Stomach Cancer: Let’s Talk Risk Factors, Treatment, and Support

Stomach cancer is much less common and much more treatable today thanks to improvements in public health, screening, and treatments. In recognition of Stomach Cancer Awareness Month, we share key things to know about the disease, including treatment options and support to help you navigate a stomach cancer diagnosis.
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Read November 18, 2021

Pancreatic Cancer: Let’s Talk Survivorship, Risk Factors, and Support

The signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer often don’t appear until it is advanced. As a result, it is seldom caught early. In recognition of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, we share key things to know about the disease, including resources and support to help you navigate a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.
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Read November 3, 2021

Lung Cancer: Let’s Talk Survivorship, Risk Factors, and Support

In the United States, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women. Read on as we share key things to know about the disease in recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, including resources and support to help you navigate a lung cancer diagnosis.
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Read October 22, 2021

Liver Cancer: Let’s Talk Survivorship, Risk Factors, and Support

Liver cancer is sometimes called the “silent disease.” It typically doesn’t cause signs or symptoms in its early stages. As a result, liver cancer is often diagnosed at a later stage. Read on as we share key things to know about the disease in recognition of Liver Cancer Awareness Month.
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Read October 9, 2021

Learning to Cope With Cancer-related Hair Loss

Temporary hair loss is a common side effect of chemotherapy. For women who are undergoing breast cancer treatment, it can be an upsetting experience. Read on for some tips from wig designer and cancer hair loss consultant Amy Gibson to help you through the process.