Tag Archives: 2013

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The Next Big Thing

The hardships of cancer do not disappear after the end of active treatment. In addition to ongoing physical pain, survivors must cope with the emotional challenges of adapting to the emotional challenges of life after cancer. Cancer care providers have responded with an increase in programs and resources for cancer survivors to help survivors enjoy […]

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Triple Negative Breast Cancer

Triple negative breast cancer remains one of the more mysterious types of breast cancer, but people like Robyn Littman are trying to change that. Below are answers to common questions about triple negative breast cancer and stories on those trying to bring greater awareness to it. (more…)

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Carbohydrates: Good or Bad?

When most people hear ‘carbs’ they immediately think ‘NOOO’. This article will make that strong no to an ecstatic ‘YESS’. Not all carbohydrates are healthy but neither are they all bad. Read on to learn how to tell the difference between the good and the bad carbs. (more…)

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Don’t Suffer Silently

Often we focus more on the physical effects of cancer and cancer treatment, while ignoring the emotional challenges that can arise from a cancer diagnosis. Speaking openly about your experience in individual counseling, a support group, or simply with a friend can help immensely. Read on for more advice and information about cancer trauma. (more…)

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Writing Therapy

Cancer treatment centers are starting to realize what writers have always known: “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you” (Maya Angelou). Treatment centers across America have begun to introduce writing programs to help their patients become more attune to themselves and their bodies. Read on to learn tips on how […]