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Obesity Increases Cancer Risk

In an April 14, 2019 Washington Post article, Laurie McGinley reports that the risk of cancer rises along with […]

Surviving Lynch Syndrome

In 2011, at age 40, Jill Chang began having abnormal vaginal bleeding, and was diagnosed with endometrial cancer. She […]

Celebrating 22 “Cancerversaries”

November 12, 1997. That is the day I was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. That is also the day […]

Obesity May Be a Factor in Millennial’s Cancer Rates

A recent article in TIME magazine noted that while rates of new cancer cases and cancer deaths have fallen […]

Are You Ready to Kick Butts?

Smoking—cigarettes, cigars, pipes—increases your risk of developing cancer. That’s not news. But if you’ve ever smoked, you know that […]

New Breast Health App Improves Breast Cancer Awareness

Photo: www.knowyourlemons.com Early detection: that’s the first important step for women in their fight against breast cancer. And […]

Work Stride program developer celebrated as WebMD Health Hero

Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work co-developer Lillie Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, was celebrated as a winner of this […]

The Value of Your Nurse Navigator

Your Work Stride oncology nurse navigators are always available to guide and support employees and managers wherever they […]

Remember Your Meds

Getting ready for the holidays? It can be a wonderfully busy time of year of finding gifts and […]

Travel Tips for Cancer Patients

Many cancer patients travel during the holiday season. Whether you are traveling for work or for pleasure, planning […]

Mindfulness Meditation & How It Can Help You

Mindfulness Meditation is one technique that you might find helpful as you cope with your own cancer treatment […]

Resource for Advanced Stage Cancer Patients

Work Stride co-developer Lillie D. Shockney has co-authored an online guide called The Guiding Light Between Shorelines: A […]

5 Reasons to Get Yourself Screened

Dec 3-7, 2018 is Cancer Screening Week across the United States. Screening means getting your body checked for […]

Screening is the Key to Early Detection

According to the American Cancer Society, screening increases the chances of catching certain cancers early, when they are […]

Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and amidst all the pink and all the fundraising events, we want […]