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Support Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
1.15.2019 hopeful

Thanks to improved screening and vaccination, women can effectively protect themselves from cervical cancer. Here are five things you can do to help spread the word about cervical cancer prevention this January.

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Your Exercise Routine During and After Cancer
12.27.2018 hopeful

Exercise is possible during cancer treatment, and can even help to improve your quality of life. Cancer patients and survivors may need to exercise with less intensity and at a slower pace. Here are some tips to keep active.

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The Myth of Closure

We seek closure as a way of tidying up, fearing that the memory of that person or a well-meaning comment may provoke unintended pain or undo what time is said to heal. The reality is, closure is a myth.

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New Year’s Resolutions for Those with Cancer
12.27.2018 Bekah Wright

Cancer has a funny way of straightening out your priorities and resolutions don’t need to be tied to a specific timetable. You should take baby steps toward becoming the person you’ve always wanted to be.

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Holiday Travel Tips for Cancer Patients
12.06.2018 hopeful

Holiday travel to spend time with distant friends or relatives can be stressful. For cancer patients undergoing treatment, travel can prove even more taxing or worrisome. Extra planning is key, and with our 10 tips, holiday trips can be safer, easier and go much more smoothly.

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7 Ways to Combat Depression During the Holidays
11.29.2018 hopeful

The holidays can wreak havoc on your emotions, causing depression, anxiety and stress. These feelings are completely normal but the holiday cheer can feel out of step with what you’re going through as a patient or survivor. These seven pointers should help minimize those feelings.

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