Alysa Cummings

CancerLand Bookshelf: When Your Life is Touched by Cancer

Posted January 24th, 2014

First and foremost, the book is well organized and indexed, which enables patients and caregivers to easily access information by immediate need or concern.


Five ways to keep the holidays happy when dealing with cancer

5 ways to keep the holidays happy when dealing with cancer

Posted December 10th, 2013

The holiday season can be stressful enough, but when you or someone you love has cancer, the season can be overwhelming. Use these Five ways to keep the holidays happy to reduce stress and keep the ‘happy’ in happy holidays!


OncoLink Webinars and Webchats

Keeping The “Happy” In Happy Holidays! [Webinar]

Posted November 11th, 2013

December 6, 2013 at 12:00-1:00 PM EST. Keeping The “Happy” In Happy Holidays!


Bob Riter

Cancer With Grace

Posted September 4th, 2013

Grace is one of those qualities that we struggle to define, but recognize when we see it. People with grace always seem to do and say the right thing, and do so with honest kindness.


Loneliness and Cancer May Be a Deadly Combination

Posted August 27th, 2013

It’s hard not to feel isolated when you’re being treated for cancer. Your priorities so drastically change after a cancer diagnosis.


I wish u knew

I wish u knew…the role of the chaplain in cancer care

Posted December 10th, 2012

Ms. Schafer discusses the role of the chaplain and spirituality in cancer care.


I wish u knew

I wish u knew… benefits of yoga during cancer treatment

Posted November 26th, 2012

Ms. Nibauer-Cohen talks about how yoga can help people with cancer cope with the stresses of the diagnosis.


I wish u knew

I wish u knew… Knowledge is Power

Posted November 5th, 2012

Knowledge is power. Learning as much as you can about your cancer diagnosis gives you the tools you need to make treatment decisions.


Daily Cancer Risk Fact: A Drink A Day

Posted April 5th, 2012

True or false: Drinking one alcoholic beverage a day can increase cancer risk. Join us every day this month for a special project between Philly.com/health and OncoLink.


Zip It

Posted September 16th, 2011

I often wonder why people feel the need to tell you how they think you should feel and act about having cancer. Of course, it is their opinion and they are entitled to think it, but it doesn’t mean they are entitled to share it. There are 3 topics that you shouldn’t offer an opinion […]