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Facing Cancer Alone
6.25.2020 Dory Benford

Dealing with a cancer diagnosis while living alone presents certain challenges that other patients with live-in support systems don’t have to face.

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The Loneliness of Cancer: Finding Support When You Feel Isolated
4.02.2020 Dory Benford

No matter how isolated you might feel, don’t cut yourself off. Even at your lowest point, you’re never without resources for help, guidance, support and love. Please know that you are not alone.

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Handwashing Dos and Don’ts
4.02.2020 Dory Benford

While I’m sure you probably already wash your hands regularly, let’s make sure you’re doing it effectively. No more quick rinses, we all need to be washing our hands thoroughly to kill germs and prevent sickness.

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Coronavirus: Advice for Cancer Patients, Survivors and Caregivers

As the number of people being infected with COVID-19 increases across the U.S., cancer patients are concerned about how this virus might affect them. Sanjeet Dadwal, M.D., chief of City of Hope’s Division of Infectious Diseases, offers insight and advice.

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2019 Hopeful Holiday Gift Guide Part 2
11.22.2019 Dory Benford

If you’re ready to devise a Black Friday plan of attack, our 2019 Hopeful Holiday Gift Guide will make sure you’re well prepared to pick out the perfect gifts for the cancer patients in your life.

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Meeting the Challenge of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
10.24.2019 hopeful

It's one of the most challenging forms of breast cancer. Even it's name — triple-negative — sounds ominous. But the more you know about this relatively rare (15 to 20 percent of all cases) form of breast cancer, the better equipped you'll be to make intelligent decisions about your treatment.

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