OncoLink Blogs

Webucation: Lung Cancer Screening

Posted February 26th, 2015

In honor of cancer prevention month, we are featuring a new cancer prevention “short” each week. This short video will focus on topics related to lung cancer screening.


Carolyn Vachani

Webucation: Cancer Prevention: The Basics

Posted February 16th, 2015

This video reviews the general recommendations for cancer prevention from the American Institute of Cancer Research.


Carolyn Vachani

Tips for Living With Cancer

Posted December 16th, 2014

OncoLink collected some advice from people who have been through a cancer diagnosis. See these tips for living with cancer.


Toby

My Favorite Three-Time Cancer Survivor

Posted May 23rd, 2014

May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month and it seemed a good time to share the story of my favorite 3-time cancer survivor, my beloved dog Toby.


World Cancer Day 2014

World Cancer Day 2014 Part IV: I Don’t Have the Right to Cancer Care

Posted February 6th, 2014

World Cancer Day is February 4th. Let’s talk a bit about myth #4: I don’t have the right to cancer care.


World Cancer Day 2014 Part III: What Can I Do About Cancer?

Posted February 5th, 2014

World Cancer Day 2014 – Let’s talk a bit about myth #3: There is nothing I can do about cancer.


World Cancer Day 2014 Part II: Signs and Symptoms of Cancer

Posted February 4th, 2014

February 4th is World Cancer Day and is focused on dispelling the dangerous myths & misconceptions surrounding the disease.


World Cancer Day 2014 Part I: Talking About Cancer

Posted February 3rd, 2014

February 4th is World Cancer Day and is focused on dispelling the dangerous myths & misconceptions surrounding the disease.


OncoLink 20th Anniversary

Happy Birthday OncoLink!

Posted January 21st, 2014

As we celebrate our 20th anniversary (how many websites can say that?), let’s look back at how far we’ve come!


6 Steps to Being Your Own Best Cancer Care Advocate

Posted December 19th, 2013

In today’s busy healthcare practices, you need to be involved in your own care (or that of a loved one) to assure the best care. Here are six steps to being your own best cancer care advocate.