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April 2015

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Head & Neck Cancer Awareness Week, April 12-18th

Colorectal Cancer AwarenessThe 18th Annual Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week® (OHANCAW®) is a weeklong series of events promoting awareness and screening. Many places host free head & neck cancer screening events in April - find one near you!

Learn more about head & neck cancers on OncoLink.

Did you miss last month’s informative presentation about Cancer Rehabilitation for Head & Neck Cancers, presented by Mously LeBlanc, MD? Check out the archive.

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Welcome to Caring for the Whole

OncoLink is excited to welcome a new blog to our site! The Caring for the Whole blog is an introduction to integrative oncology and the therapies that support this model of patient-centered, whole-person care.


National Conference on Work & Cancer

OncoLink is pleased to partner with Cancer and Careers on the 5th Annual National Conference on Work & Cancer on Friday, June 12th in NYC!

This FREE conference will explore the complexities working people face as they try to balance their cancer treatment and recovery with employment. Travel scholarships are available – applications are due by April 15th. Join the OncoLink Team at this great event! More info & registration.


Young Adult Cancer Awareness Month

Every year 70,000 people between the ages of 15 and 39 (young adults, YAs) are diagnosed with cancer. Despite the many advances in cancer care, survival rates in this group have not changed in 40 years. But YAs aren’t sitting by quietly- they’ve started a movement to create change.

Get the facts about cancer in YAs on OncoLink or learn more from Critical Mass! Join a tweet chat for young adults on April 2nd at 8pm with the top young adult cancer advocacy organizations.


Looking for Advice about Practical Concerns?

On top of treatment concerns, things like transportation, care giving, spirituality and financial concerns can increase the stress and anxiety of cancer treatment. Visit OncoLink for advice for dealing with common practical concerns!

OncoLink is conducting a survey of skin cream usage by patients who developed skin redness or irritation during the radiation therapy. We need your input! Take the survey.


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