understanding the cancer experience
In print for over nine years, In the Know: Understanding the Cancer Experience is now available online... at the touch of a button! Past issues of information on a variety of topics on health and wellness as well as personal stories of people in our community whose lives are impacted by cancer.
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All courses are free of charge (donations weclome) and are limited to the first 25 registrants. For more information or to sign up for a class, please call the Rio Grande Cancer Foundation at... [read more]
Classes are offered free of charge (donations welcome) and are limited tothe first 25 registrants. For more information or to sign up for a class, please call the Rio Grande Cancer Foundation... [read more]
Cancer Survivors, Local Communities to Celebrate 30th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day® on Sunday, June 4 As part of the 30th annual National Cancer Survivors Day®, cancer survivor... [read more]
The sun causes skin damage Too much sun can be harmful for the skin. The sun can cause sunburns, wrinkles, freckles, age-spots, changes in skin texture, premature aging, and skin cancer. ... [read more]
With timely diagnosis, testicular cancer is treatable and most often curable. It is the most common cancer in men 15 to 34 years old. Still, it is fairly rare. About 8,850 men will be diagnos... [read more]
Usually, an enlarged testicle or a small lump or area of hardness are the first signs of testicular cancer. Any lump, enlargement, hardness, pain, or tenderness should be evaluated by a d... [read more]
Making treatment decisions. In recent years, a lot of progress has been made in treating testicular cancer. Surgical methods have been refined, and doctors know more about the best ways to... [read more]
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