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OncoLink's Blogs give our readers a chance to react to and comment on key cancer news topics and provides a forum for OncoLink Experts and readers to share opinions and learn from each other.
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Cancer Awareness

July Is UV Safety Month

OncoLink July is UV Safety Month It’s summertime - that means fun, sun and vacations! Just because you are going through cancer treatment doesn’t mean you can’t take a vacation. Watch the Cancer Goes to the Beach webinar to get tips and resources to plan a safe and stress free getaway. July is also UV Safety Month – learn all you need to know to stay sun safe this summer.

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Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey

Skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions: An internet-based survey Please help us to better understand skin cream usage for patients who develop skin redness/irritation during radiation therapy. We are very interested in the opinions and experience of both patients and providers regarding skin cream usage for radiation-related skin reactions. Your participation in this survey would be much appreciated.

I Wish U Knew!

I Wish U Knew is a video series featuring oncology professionals and survivors discussing what they wish patients and the public knew about cancer.

Radiation Oncologist and cancer survivor, Keith Cengel, MD, discusses why cancer instills such fear and how he encourages survivors to cope with the fear of recurrence.