Monthly Archives: July 2011

Focus on Neuroendocrine Tumors Brown Bag Webchat

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Date: September 16, 2011 Time: 1-2 pm EST Join the OncoLink Team for a live, interactive webchat on neuroendocrine tumors. Our experts will address your questions during the live event, or you can submit questions ahead of time. You can use your (public) Twitter account to participate during the live event (use the hashtag #oncochat).…

The Voice in My Head

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Wow, it has been forever since I have been able to sit down and write this column. So much has transpired during that time; much has been good, but a lot has been sad. In one of my previous columns I mentioned cancer being part of my everyday life and gave the examples of one…

How Many Lives Did She Save Just By Opening Her Mouth?

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Betty Ford, former First Lady, has passed away. She died at the age of 93. Mrs. Ford lead a remarkable life, most notably for her courage, speaking her mind and telling the truth. In 1974, shortly after her husband became President, Mrs. Ford was treated for breast cancer. It was made public, as was her…

The American Cancer Society “The Official Sponsor of Birthdays”

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Welcome back to Christina’s Resource Round-Up, where this week I’ll be highlighting the American Cancer Society (ACS). I’ve been referring patients, families, friends and colleagues to the ACS for years. Honestly I learn something new everyday about the services this organization provides, as well as the power it yields to influence cancer care, prevention, treatment…