Posted June 26th, 2013Bob Riter
It’s important to have someone with you at doctor’s appointments when you’re dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
Posted June 24th, 2013OncoLink Editorial Team
OncoLink vacation poll
Carolyn Vachani, MSN, RN, AOCN
I admit it, I am a meat lover, but I am trying to get on the “meatless Monday” train – maybe not always Monday, but I try to make at least 2 of our family weekday meals meatless each week.
Posted June 19th, 2013Bob Riter
“The new normal” is a phrase used to describe how life changes for some people who have been through cancer.
Posted June 13th, 2013Alysa Cummings
OncoLink book review by Alysa Cummings: The Cancer Poetry Project 2: More Poems by Cancer Patients and Those Who Love Them.
Posted June 12th, 2013Bob Riter
When cancer returns, the focus usually shifts from curing the cancer to controlling the cancer. It’s an entirely different situation from the initial diagnosis, and both patient and health professionals know it.
Posted June 10th, 2013OncoLink Editorial Team
Summer is blueberry season and there is nothing like fresh blueberries to top off a bowl of cereal, bake in a pie, or just enjoy on their own. These are just a few tasty ways to celebrate summer.
Posted June 6th, 2013Bob Riter
These three questions sound simple, but they aren’t asked nearly enough. It’s more than OK to ask – it’s encouraged!
Posted June 3rd, 2013OncoLink Editorial Team
This cruciferous vegetable is full of powerful nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and fiber. Enjoy this recipe for Meatless Monday or any day.