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Today is World Cancer Day

Today is the day to take action World Cancer Day is the global uniting initiative led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). By raising worldwide awareness, improving e...

 

Holiday Gift Ideas for Cancer Patients

Gift shopping for the friends and family on your list is challenging. That challenge becomes especially hard when a person is going through a cancer experience. While most of us tend to ...

 

Today is National Caregivers Day

Caregiving is a challenging role that can often be overlooked and under-appreciated, but it is also one of the most important and fulfilling roles that anyone can play. Today, t...

 

Start The New Year with these Ten Tips For Caregivers

Seek support from other caregivers. You are not alone! Take care of your own health so that you can be strong enough to take care of your loved one. Accept offers of help an...

 

The spirit of (Care) Giving

December conjures visions of sugarplums & parties filled with family and friends around the fire. It can also bring the specter of tired feet, hours spent shopping for the perfect gift o...

 

Cancer and the Holidays: Answers to Common Questions

For people affected by cancer, the holiday season can bring a mixture of emotions. You might be wondering how to maintain holiday traditions, handle the extra stress and social invit...

 

Surviving the Holidays – a guide for Caregivers

Holidays and special occasions can bring out the best and the worst in us. The prospect of wonderful, happy times abound, filling us with somewhat unrealistic hopes for our rela...

 

Offering support to a loved one with cancer

If someone you love has cancer, you may be contemplating the best way to celebrate the holidays with them. Even though you want to help, it can be hard to know what to say or do. It’s...

 

Agency bridges gap between treatment and cost

‘Shock.’ Estela Barientos sat on the couch holding a handkerchief and describing when she was first told she had cervical cancer. She softly repeated, ‘shock.’ Fear and shock are uni...

 

Creative ways to think outside of the (gift) box!

It’s always better to give than to receive. With a little effort, you can fill someone else’s holidays with love and beauty by sharing the most priceless gift of all—your time. After all...

 

The Colors of Cancer (November) - Honoring Caregivers

If you are as a child of the 1950s like I am, you might be unaware that we Boomers owe a debt of gratitude to Lunsford Richardson. Although I never knew him, it is because of him I enjoy...

 

The Colors of Cancer - December 2014

Wanted: Compassionate individual with ability to multi-task as a CEO, chef and nutritional counselor, housekeeper, medical advisor, personal assistant, driver, secretary and other dut...

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