Bob Riter

Cancer on Your Own Terms

Posted October 29th, 2014

Bob Riter discusses why there is no single best path through cancer.


Bob Riter

When a Friend has Cancer, Just Listen

Posted July 30th, 2014

At the Cancer Resource Center, we try to keep our mouths shut, and to listen without judgment or agenda. Most of us instinctively try to reassure the person with cancer, share our own experiences, or otherwise just talk. When a friend has cancer, just listen.


The Most Useful Page on the Internet

Posted April 24th, 2013

List of cancer resources from the American Cancer Society’s website. Type in a zip code or town and state for help finding assistance for a wide variety of issues.


Finding Meaning in Your Cancer Journey

Posted January 30th, 2013

At first glance, many people who have never had cancer would think this sounded ridiculous. What meaning could there possibly be in a disease that takes so much?


Stepping Up for Neighbors

Posted September 10th, 2012

In today’s column, I’d like to recognize a small group of people who step up to support a neighbor, a community member, or an acquaintance who would otherwise go through cancer alone.


Take One Day at a Time

Posted February 14th, 2010

Cancer robs us of our most valuable illusion, the future. There’s so much we put up with, salving our wounds with the thought that things will get better in the future. That jerk of a neighbor will move. You’ll get a promotion, or a better job elsewhere, if you just keep plugging away. Your kid […]


Understanding Breast Cancer Supportive Care Issues – Brown Bag Chat

Posted October 21st, 2009

Join us for a lunch time LIVE Web Chat with OncoLink’s Breast Cancer Supportive Care Experts on October 22, 2009 at 12:30-1:30pm EST. You can submit questions during the chat or ahead of time. A transcript of the chat will be available after the event. Submit a Question Now! Understanding Breast Cancer Supportive Care Issues […]