Posted November 30th, 2012Bob Riter
Since this is a gift-giving time of year, I have been thinking about gift suggestions for people who are being treated for cancer and for those who have recently completed treatment.
Posted November 29th, 2012Carolyn Vachani, MSN, RN, AOCN
The holidays can be very stressful- particularly when you are already dealing with a cancer diagnosis or are the caregiver for someone with cancer.
Timothy J. Hampshire
Ms. Hollis discusses the role of the nurse practitioner in oncology care.
Posted November 26th, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Ms. Nibauer-Cohen talks about how yoga can help people with cancer cope with the stresses of the diagnosis.
Posted November 21st, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Common misconceptions and myths about pain medication and pain control.
My job is to listen to people affected by cancer and to help them however I can.
Posted November 19th, 2012Carolyn Vachani, MSN, RN, AOCN
November for instance, it is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month, Stomach Cancer Awareness Month, National Family Caregiver Month and the Great American Smokeout.
Survivorship care can help cancer survivors live healthier, fuller lives after treatment.
Posted November 16th, 2012Alysa Cummings
Will Schwalbe’s memoir initially hooked me – a relationship with an aging parent focused on books they read and discuss together. That’s my story too! But this book is so much more.
Posted November 15th, 2012Timothy J. Hampshire
Dr. Mao talks about complementary and alternative medicine and the importance of being open about their use with cancer caregivers.