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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 […]

Managing Your Risks

We talk a lot about this statistic: about half the men and about a third of women in […]

If Your Bra Could Talk…

If your bra could talk, do you know what she would tell you? For a long time now, […]

7 Tips for Selecting the Right Primary Care Physician for You

(Originally published by Better Health Advisors) How will you select a primary care provider (PCP) who is right for […]

September is Ovarian & Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Let’s take a look at two types of cancer, one not so well known—ovarian cancer in women—and the […]

Discovery of Dynamic Defense Against the Spread of Breast Cancer

Many people assume that their bodies can’t defend against cancer, but in fact, there are a number of […]

Are You a Candidate for Lung Cancer Screening?

There is now a special type of x-ray that can look at your lungs to see if there […]

Why Should I Care About the Updated Cancer Staging System?

No one wants to hear that they have cancer, and we know that 43.3 percent of men and […]

Stand Up to Cancer TV Event

The biggest names in entertainment will come together on Friday, September 7, at 8 pm/7 pm Central, for Stand Up to […]

Tips-in-10: Caregiver Resiliency

Caregivers often ignore their own health and well-being when they’re caring for a loved one with cancer. In […]

Sarcoma Awareness Month

Did you know…July is Sarcoma Awareness Month. Sarcoma affects more than 50,000 Americans, no matter what age and at […]

Treatment options for older people diagnosed with cancer

There will be about 1.7 million people newly diagnosed with cancer in 2018, many of whom will be […]

Tips-in-10: Role of the Nurse Navigator

When you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, you may have a lot of questions.  An […]

Behind the Headlines: Know the difference between needing chemotherapy for breast cancer and benefitting from it

Did you see the news story on June 2nd that the results from a long-awaited research study found […]

Obesity Linked to Increased Cancer Risk Among Young Adults

Cancer rates are rising among young adults. And the reason seems to be linked to the increase in […]

June 3rd is National Cancer Survivors Day

DID YOU KNOW…June 3, 2018 is National Cancer Survivors Day Cancer is a word, not a sentence. A […]

Tips-in-10: Managers Supporting Employees

When your employee is diagnosed with cancer, he/she will likely be struggling with the new diagnosis in many […]

Stay Safe in the Summer Sun

Did You Know? According to experts, an estimated 4.3 million cases of the most common form of skin cancer […]

Why are cancer deaths higher among African Americans, and what can be done about it?

April 8-14, 2018 is National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. We know statistically that one in two men and […]

Managing Cancer at Work is Making New Strides

We’re excited to tell you about the updates we are making to improve your Managing Cancer at Work […]

It’s Time to Kick Some Butts!

It’s been known for a long time now that smoking—cigarettes, cigars, pipes—increases your risk of developing cancer. And […]

World Cancer Day

The primary objective of World Cancer Day—a global event that takes place every year on February 4—is to […]

What does cancer stage mean?

No one wants to hear that they have cancer.  But we know that 1 in 2 men and […]

Cancer Screen Week

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

The Financial Impact of a Cancer Diagnosis

Click to download Infographic. A cancer diagnosis can cause significant financial hardship and stress, but the Managing Cancer […]

Eating Healthily During the Holidays

The holidays are here along with the anticipation and excitement the season brings. For many of us, this […]

Open Enrollment Time

It’s the time of year when employees learn about new health care benefits or changes to existing ones. […]

Lung Cancer Awareness and Prevention Month

One in 4 cancer deaths are due to lung cancer. It is the leading cause of death from cancer […]

Managing Cancer at Work Tips for the Manager

As a manager, what are you to do when one of your team members tells you that s/he […]

Managing and reducing stress for patients with cancer and their caregivers

Download the full infographic with tips for patients and caregivers. For the patient with cancer Getting a cancer […]

June is National Cancer Survivors Month

It is important that a cancer survivor feel accepted by family, friends and co-workers after they have completed […]

It’s the season to #GetNaked

Well, now that I have your attention, #GetNaked is the Melanoma Research Foundation’s campaign to increase melanoma (skin […]

Managing the Financial Impact of Cancer Treatment

As the debate over health care coverage dominates the news, we are continually reminded of the soaring cost […]

Which is the Right Mammogram for You?

A mammogram is an x-ray of the breast. It is considered a 2D or 2 dimensional image. Screening […]

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Prostate Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer related deaths in the United States. The good news is […]